Hi everyone! I've been lurking in this forum for a while, but just joined to make my first post. I should be picking up my ST in about a month, but summer tires are far from ideal in NY in January, and I don't want to keep a dedicated set of winter wheels, so I'm opting for high performance all-seasons for this daily driver. I'm debating between just throwing a set of Michelin Pilot Sport A/S 3 tires on the stock rims, or more likely switching to 16" rims, since most are reporting a noticeable improvement in ride quality without sacrificing too much in handling. From what I've read, the stock rims have a 47.5mm offset. With aftermarket rims in this bolt pattern, the closest I've found to stock is 45mm, but there are quite a few at 42mm and even 40mm. I understand what offset is, but how much would the driving dynamics change with 40mm offset rims? I don't want to stray too far from what the engineers intended. Thanks!