while driving a
(225/40 R18 V) on
mostly country roads
Dry: acceptable, good brake performance, but tend to understeer in fast corners, acceleration traction is mediocre.
Wet: traction on the wet is a disaster, the wheels keep spinning when accelerating out of corners. Too much understeer on the wet. It's a little better in deep standing water, aquaplaning resistance seems fair. Brake performance is OK however.
Snow: a total disaster for a winter tire, on only a thin 2cm layer of fresh snow these tires provide zero traction and no cornering grip on the white stuff. I've had summer tires with better grip in the snow than these.
Comfort: definitely not the quietest tire at lower speeds, but at highway speeds they're fine. Their sidewalls appear soft which absorb road damages and potholes quite well.
Conclusion: a winter tire to avoid at all cost, because of the dangerously low grip in winter conditions.