I had great performance from my Goodyear Integrity OEM tires, 70K miles and they still plowed through bumper deep snow. I replaced them with the same.
Sears will price match here locally with Tire Rack and do a great job of installation. NEVER have Tire Rack install for you unless you want to wait half a day while you watch a manual floor jack and breaker bar operation.
After running Bridgstone/Firestone Duelers on my CR-V for 45K miles I would think long and hard before buying anything from them.
Two Sears stores I have bought from or talked to (South Bend, IN and Grand Rapids, MI) both will price match on any tire they normally would carry, not on special orders. That covers a lot of brands and tires. South Bend brought in a set of Michelin X-Ice snow tires for me and matched the Tire Rack price (great tires by the way, not any noisier than the stock Bridgestone Dueler all seasons)
I ordered the Bridgestone Turanza LS-T today from Big O Tires. If I am lucky, I will get them installed tomorrow. The guy from BOT told me that the Bridgestone Turanza LS-T are (or will be) discontinued.
I have always like BF Goodrich , the couple sets I have owned wore like iron and didn't cost an arm and a leg like Michelins or Goodyears . Kellys , made by goodyear do not cost as much and seem to wear pretty well .
I have 16" Yokohama Avid TRZ"S on my van for 20k miles. These tires give excellent road feel and good traction in rain and snow. They are better than the Michelins they replaced. I definitely would buy them again. Consumers also gave them a good write up.