I use a bike instead of a car and living out away from town I can rack up miles just running errands.
The tires handle well and I ride no matter what the weather is. I had been using the Krylon Carbon tires but I am having trouble finding them for a good price and I am trying the Lithion 2s. They handle well in the rain at higher speeds (40 mph on descents), plus in cross winds (20 kts gusting 40 kts). I did have a piece of road trash cut a about a 316 hole in my sidewall and then into the tube. The sidewalls are thin compared to the Carbons, nonetheless, I patched the cut with Gorilla Tape in the inside sidewall and now have a few hundred miles on the tire. The tires still handle great with even with a ugly cut.
This summer I will probably be riding on our normal 135 degrees F surface black top temps and it will be interesting to see how they do. My average miles per year in the last 17 varies from 6500 to 8500 miles a year and most years very little flat riding.
Superb dry grip, decent durability, reasonable puncture protection.
In my opinion, the best all around training tires at this price point. I trust these tires for high speed cornering. When WBW has these on sale, they are the best value anywhere.
I have enjoyed training and racing on the Michelin Pro 4 Service Course in past seasons. I decided to treat myself to a set of the new Power Comps for my spring target race. I wish I had done a recon ride. The pavement condition was sketchy at best. The Power Competitions have very thin sidewalls. I cut a sidewall at some point during the race and it finally exploded one mile before the finish. Ultimately, I fault myself for not using the right tire (but I will forever HATE this tire). I not sure they actually felt all that great. They are light, but not super light. Traction was fine, but nothing spectacular. And yeah, the sidewalls are an issue unless you are racing them (and only racing) on really nice pavement. I'm back on Conti GP 4000 2S. I will say that WBW was phenominal. They refunded my purchase of the used (unpunctured) tire. Seriously great service always!
I used the 25mm version on wider rims (Pacenti SL25, internal width 20mm) on a disc road bike for commute, and had great results. This seems to have the smoothest rolling among other wintertraining tires I've used so far Continental GP 4 seasons, Vitorria Rubino Pro G, Specialized Roubaix Pro.