Huh? His experience (as I read it) wasn't that the difference was bad/wrong, but that it wasn't worth the money. I can accept that. It was worth the money for me on my '05 but I understand how some would feel otherwise. Counter example: I know there are people who can feel differences in tires that feel exactly the same to me. They may pay extra for a tire that "feels better". Since I can't tell the difference I'll pay less. That doesn't go for the Heidenau K60... I hate that tire.