Does some else sell you the tyres?
I have to say they are very quiet. They replaced Continental Contacts which had super grip, but that came at the cost of increased noise in the cabin. My rationale for choosing the Michelin was the same as yours seems to be; impressive wet weather performance, great fuel economy, quiet in use and with genuine snow traction when needed.
I think they'll be next for me for the same reason. I like how well they do in the rain (which to me seems far more important than the odd day of snow we get in the UK) combined with low rolling resistance. Will have to see if the head to head tests include those Bridgestones and how they got on
Clever. I see what you did there Micky...
2 or 4! What about my Reliant Robin? (annoyed)