Only thing I am embarrassed to say that I can't figure out, is how do I turn on the side view mirror defrosters?
The Side-View Mirror Defrost comes on when you turn on the Rear Window Defrost.
Thought I would share our good experiences so far with a 2018 PacHy Limited with 17" Michelin X-Ice Xi2 traction tires ($550 for four at Costco, including installation).
We have done about 8 hours of driving so far in blizzard conditions driving to and from the ski resorts in Oregon. We passed dozens of cars in the ditch and sliding around. PacHy performed perfectly, briefly flashing the traction icon on the dash only one time in all that driving. Both kids in the back, content watching videos, myself as the driver with my heated seat, heated steering wheel, and satellite radio. Life is good!
I have the same X-Ice tires, and although I think they perform quite well in the snow, their wet-weather performance is noticeably inferior to the stock Michelin Premiers, even at temps near freezing. I was so disappointed that I haven't put them back on this season (with el Niño back, the Jan-Mar long-range forecast for the PNW is for warmer and dryer than normal conditions, and I've got too much going on to ski much if at all this year).
I find that they break loose easily coming off the line and skid more easily when breaking in Seattle's typical 45F and raining winter conditions. I asked a ton of questions about this at Discount Tire and of Michelin customer service, and both assured me the softer rubber compound would perform better in wet <50F temps, but that has definitely not been born out in real-world driving--on my van, at least. Additionally, they are really quite loud comparatively (though I'd pretty happily live with that if they performed better).
So, for me, they perform great during 1% of my driving and not as well as all-seasons during 99% of my driving, which, for my driving needs, is not the balance I was hoping for.