Tried all kinds of tyres on the Tundra with mixed results, mostly the truck was "crashy" over road bumps (of which we have a lot around the nation's capital).
I mounted Bilstein HDs which improved ride and stability a lot but I finally mounted a set of Latitude Tour on the front last summer and drove to Melbourne and back. Great improvement.
Two weeks ago I switched the rears to MLTs as well (a set that I got from a friend with 80% thread left) and the the results is astounding. The truck rolls more planted and much quieter, which especially critical on the rear axle when not loaded. I think most tyres are comfortable when new and grippy when the rubber is still soft. These have lost none of that new feel even after they have been on the truck for a year.
These definitely outperform any of the other Michelins I have tried as well as the Continentals and Dunlops (which are normally very good tyres).
These are the best tyres I've ever owned in my 40+ years of driving. They corner well on the mountain roads, they have a comfortable quiet ride on the highway, and stopping traction is above average.
At 55,000 kms they have 5/32 tread remaining. Other tyres on this same truck have been worn down to 2/32 with in 35,000 to 40,000 kms. My truck is bad to wear the outside tread bar more than the other bars.
These tyres are wearing evenly all the way across. Very happy! If there is a con, it is that these are not mud tyres. If you get off road in the mud you may have difficulty. But outside of that the tyres have been excellent.