Since my other car (a Chevy Trailblazer) is laid up with a short draining the battery and is sitting at the local Chevy dealer waiting on them to get to it, I'm down to just the Rogue Sport which is getting plenty of use. The new tires went on last Friday and I now have about 175 miles on them. Weather conditions are snow, ice, some rain, back to snow and some freezing. These tires take it all in stride.
8 inches of new snow - no issues.
Packed snow and ice - no issues.
Slush - no issues.
Wet roads - no issues - even deeper puddles - no issues.
Dry roads - a bit of noise at 75 MPH, but no real issues.
They ride nice and soft - and I was expecting a bit of a stiff ride - but still give you excellent feel of the road. They soak up minor bumps and holes and don't translate the shock into your wheel. I'm keeping them at 33 PSI, which is tough to do here as the temps are up and down and tire pressure is always a few pounds off the colder it gets.
I'll try to check back in when we hit 500 miles on them, but so far, so good!