I'm running the AX41s on my 310 GS. Overall, they've been good. There's a little bit of noise and a little more vibration, for sure. But they're solid in most conditions, including wet, and for sure in dirt and gravel. The Bridgestones are definitely slower to turn in on the street compared to the stock Tourances, but once leaned over, they hold the edge very well. When I got them, I was getting set for a weekend long ADV training course that required everyone had a 50/50 tire mounted. I went to a tire shop I've been using the last several years with a short list: the AX41s, Shinko 804/805s, and the Dunlop Trailmax Missions. The prices were all over the place between those three, of course, with the Bridgestones being in the middle. They forewarned me that the wear would be decent, but not great (like it's supposed to be with the Dunlops or the aforementioned K60s), and I'd say that's been been true for me over ~3,000 miles or so thus far. I do find they wander a bit on rain grooves here on California's freeways.