I bought Brigestone Turanza LS-V's from TireRack today, and am having them drop-shipped to my local independent. I couldn't get the Goodyear Assurances from Tire Rack because the speed rating was too low (Their policy). I'm hoping these new tires will soften the ride somewhat. Right now the ride is harsh in my opinion. (running Michelin Energy's with 2/32nds left on the tread) It's a non-ADS car with new spheres. I still think the ride is quite jarring over small bumps and pot holes. The ride is stable at freeway speed with no shimmy (pulls right though). I can't detect any clunking that you would normally associate with worn ball joints. The car is appraoching 95,000 miles and I run about 29 psi in the tires. Is there any other suspension components that could account for the harsh ride. Also, I can't really tell if it's front or rear- just harsh and jarring over bumps that shouldn't be.