Everybody is looking for the best tire. We all hear that this tire is great, but that tire is better, and how some brand new rider took his quarter-ton two wheel SUV up Mt. Everest right after he switched to the newest Super Gummy Knife Edge Knob DOT Highway Buster. This is not a story like that. I decided to get the Kenda K760 after looking at the pictures, seeing that they were more aggressive than the stock tires on my WR250R, and then looking at the price. The choice was made. These tires should work much better than the stock ones! Good news: They do. Bad news: Only sometimes. I find that they behave just like you would expect on the road; lots of noise and lots of vibration. When turning hard into a corner on the pavement, the side knobs start to squirm and it's a bad feeling. Duh. Don't do that. In the dirt, the breaking and acceleration seems great. Even in grass and marsh slop they hook pretty well and get through it. Going into a slow or medium turn is when the problems show up. The front likes to wander on the slightest ruts, and the rear will slip out with little notice. Letting the front wander is fine, even if it's a struggle to pull up and out of some ruts. Having the rear slip out is a bit more problematic. I'm guessing the problem is the tread spacing. Great for clearing the tire and digging into the loose stuff, but those big open spaces don't stop the tire from sliding sideways. Wear has been acceptable 600 miles in, as the compound is quite soft and I was expecting them to wear pretty quickly. Overall, I am lukewarm on this tire. It is better than the stock tires in the dirt, and only a little less capable when riding on the road, but the lack of lateral grip and how badly the front tracks has me looking for a better option. Have you used these tires? What did you think?