Now that I've actually fitted and run Michelin Anakee Wild for a few thousand km's I can say that they are an awesome replacement for the Michelin T63's (aka the (subjectively) best 50/50 tires* before they retired and replaced them). Run Anakee 3's on my 19/17 wheels too and am so happy with them, but for me they are a street tire. I have taken them on gravel and was surprised at how well they sat, but I wasn't up for pushing them particularly hard. They are probably as close to an 80/20 as you can come. It's always going to be a compromise and we're looking for the one with the least negatives. It's like voting at the election * I'm not sure people realize just how much they ride on sealed surfaces even though they own dual sports and think they ride mostly offroad. At least that's my suspicion and also personal experience. The asphalt miles add up so fast compared to the gravel ones. Even when I rode around Australia on gravel roads a quick estimate after I got home confirms that out of the 26.000km I did, only about 10.000km was actually off the asphalt. So for me, one of the most important qualities of a 50/50 tire is how it handles wet asphalt. I'm biased after running Michelin's exclusively since 2004 now (apart from one set of Metzeler in 2009) - Michelin has found the secret rubber mix that makes a knobby stick to wet asphalt too.