You will never get the answer to this question from a forum with so many different riding styles and wants.
Tyres (aussie) are a personal thing, you must have confidence in them to enjoy your ride.
I decided to try some Anakee 3's after going on some group rides with other stromer's, there was no doubt those on the 3's were doing better in the dry, in the wet & in the dirt, I swapped the Bridgestone's for 3's and was amazed at the extra traction they gave me, this gave me more confidence and a more enjoyable ride.
My next bike came with new boots, TK70's I liked that idea as I had heard good things and was keen to try them, I dumped them at about 5,000ks, I hatted them and could not build confidence in them so it was back to the 3's for me.
I have had some weekends away with guys that like their TK's, the first as it turned out his speeds were about half of my speeds so that explained a lot, on another ride the guy was on a Tenere, we were pushing it hard down a great bike road when we stopped he commented on how many times his TC cut in, I had no such troubles but he still insisted the TK's were a great tyre.
I don't care what I pay for tyres I just want the safest tyre I can get for my type of riding.
Some talk about scraping pegs and chicken strips, to me that is meaning less, I test all my tyres for stopping distance, I have some local spots I use all with different surfaces, I bring the bike to a standstill in the shortest distance possible, this allows me to compare one set of tyres against the others and also helps me loose or build confidence in my tyre choice.
I do continue to test my tyres as they wear, the PR4's on my MT09 were great when new but as they have worn down the stopping distance has increased.
On my Strom's I have only tested the original Bridgestone's, the TK70's and the Anakee 3's, the 3's perform far better in my test and it would take a lot to get me to change to anything else.
Some of the 19 rides in my shed
2014 V2, Snoopy
2009 Wee, Pumbaa the pig
WR450F, The Blue Postie Bike
YZ250N smoker with rego, Stinky.
Yamaha MT09 (FZ09), The Scud missile.
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