I used to have the Eagle F1 Asymmetric 2 tyres before these, but those were down to about 2mm and I sadly got some damage on the sidewall of one of the tyres. So when I heard there was a version 3 out from the Asymmetric tyres, I almost blindly chose those. This because my experience with the Asymmetric 2 tyres was fantastic; very good dry grip, excellent wet grip, very good steering feel and decent comfort. When I saw that the version 3's were even a bit cheaper, I went for it.
Now, after a few thousand kilometers, I kind of regret that decision. Not that these are bad tyres, not in the slightest, but the Asymmetric 2's were just better and more to my liking.
Starting off on a positive note though, the comfort on these tyres has become quite a bit better. Bumps and potholes in the road are less noticeable and they seem to be ever so slightly quieter. The wear, for the short bit that I've used them, seems fine. Wet grip is also still very good, only slightly behind or on par with the version 2's.
Dry grip seems to be a bit worse, I seem to get wheelspin quicker with these when for example driving off at at roundabout that is slightly uphill. This I never had on the previous tyres.
The most noticeable difference however is the feedback. I assume that with the tyres being more comfortable, the steering feel has gone downhill and it's much harder to predict where the limit is during cornering. The Asymmetric 2's were outstanding in that regard, you could feel everything going on through the steering wheel and you would know exactly where the limitations of grip were. I really miss that with these tyres.
In conclusion: if you have already ordered these tyres, no worries, they are pretty good. But if you're still browsing, get the Goodyear Eagle F1 Asymmetric 2 tyres; slightly "harder" and less comfortable, but more grip and much more feedback.