Michelin HydroEdge Tires
I have about 25,000 miles on these tires; and although you can tell they are not new, there is hardly any wear on the tread. I got the same size as you (185x65R14) and am running 44/40.
I started at 36/32, figuring the Michelins were a little bit bigger and didn't need as high a pressure. Also, they were only rated at 44psi, instead of 50, so I didn't want to over-do it. But, the mileage dropped about 5-7 mpg over the OEM Bridgestones. After pumping them up a few pounds at a time until the fronts were at the rated maximum, the mileage is about the same as the OEM tires. Check where the tread is wearing, especially on the fronts. If the wear extends very much over the edge of the tread, past the edge of the sipes and onto the sidewall, the air pressure is too low.
I ran lower pressures for the first few thousand miles, figuring the HydroEdges were a compromise for better tread wear (sacrificing mpg); but then I noticed that the tires weren't wearing evenly, scrubbing off the shoulders (on the front tires). After working my way up to 44/40, they now wear flat all the way across. And, the mpg is back up to "normal."
Speedometer error was 1 mph slower than actual speed (checked with a GPS) when tires were new; and the speedometer is right on, after 25,000 miles.
I have driven in light snow, and the HydroEdges run fine on that. But, being in AZ, we probably won't have the opportunity of seeing much more than an inch or two on the road, and that only in the mountains. You can really tell the difference on wet roads though. See my other recent post on a close call about a week or two ago.
I think you'll be happy with your purchase. I expect the HydroEdges to run the full 80,000 miles, or more.