I bought my 2007 E a few weeks back and as everyone else here knows the Goodyear Tires are junk. My tires had 40,000 on them and rode smooth and had no vibrations at 75'mph, but they are just low on tread. I found out that Sears was having a tire sale, so off to the mall I went. I have searched the forum and Tirerack for the past week to find what is best to buy and decided to buy the BF Goodrich Longtrial Tour. Well Sears only had the Goodyears in stock ( I wonder why?), but they said if I had time they would send the manager to a store 50 miles away to get the longtrails for me. I said go get the tires and was happy with a good deal and a 50 dollar Sears card rebate for buying BF Goodrich. Several hours passed, and they finally had my new tires on and I paid the bill. Then is when the trouble started. I walked around the E and noticed rather large wheel weights on three of the wheels and on the left rear three weights side by side that looked like it went 8 inches around the wheel. I went in and told the manager that this was not right. When you need this much weight to balance a tire you can and should break the wheel down and move the tire 180 degrees and rebalance the wheel or as they call it find the sweet spot that the tire and wheel requires the least weight. The manager agreed and had the tech break the tire down and rebalance. I noticed he tried this three times. And each time it took a lot of weight, and he finally used stick on weights on the inside to make the wheel look better. I knew in my mind this had to be a bad tire but drove off anyway. Sure enough at 68 mph the E shook like it had massaging seats. The floor was shaking and you could even feel it in your feet. I returned to Sears and the manager walked out and asked If I wanted different tires, I didn't even have to push the issue with her. She know the BF Goodrich tires had problems. Long story short they are going to put on the Michelin XC-LT4 tires (Sears version of the LTX m/s) for $80.00 difference with a $60.00 rebate from Michelin, and she is going to pick up the car at my wife's place of work install the tires and deliver the car back. To me this is good service and I hope I have better luck with the Michelins .