It seems were on the same page with this topic. Being a fellow Pinoy-American, I've been through the same milestones on what cars (styles and height) match my age demographic (low pro pick ups in the 80s, rice rockets, slammed euro tuned garage queens, etc). In my past experiences, guys who bit the bullet and purchased 20's will not tell you the ride is choppy or harsh fearing they'd look like idiots to everyone. Personally, I'm on the fence about upgrading from 17s to 19s due to ride comfort. We'll see how things work out, I may just upgrade to Acura MDX/ZDX takeoffs in the future. (shrugs)@mindoro, it boils down where you choose comfort(17s) or looks(19s). 18s for me is not really that noticeable upgrade. Its either go big or nothing at all. I have seen locally a 2008 touring with 19zdx rims and the looks in person is really good. I dunno if riding on it for a 10hr drive to Disneyworld would be that comfortable. My 17s 3rd gen Pilot wheels are very comfortable with 235/60/17. I remember back in my younger days how bone jarring the 40series on my civic were. But at that time the thinner the better plus having it slammed is a picture perfect for "Hellaflush" society but now gettin' older my brain can't take that much jarring anymore. I like the look of 19s but my body wants the comfort of 17s. Maybe i'll put the 19s when I park and back to 17s when i roll on long trips. The moral on these is comfort and looks dont go together. Maybe someday when i can buy the AirRunner bolt-on suspension kit @$4,100 then i'll get back at 'ya for a feeback. More meat on the sidewall the better comfort to absorb the road imperfection.