First of all, they don't make many 'low profile all season' tires in 17 inch diameters for cars. The 17 inch tire market is pretty much a performance area. The tires kinda suck in the winter or heavy rain unless you shell out like $150 a tire. If you get some 17 inch wheels then you will want to keep your stock ones so you have decent snow tires and then you just rotate them in the winter and spring. I've got snow tires on some stock rims and then my 17s are wrapped with nicer tires for summertime. You don't want to mess up your nice 17s if you accidently slide into a hidden curb or something anyway, do you?