Here's a look at the tires as I rolled in from my most recent road trip up to North Carolina.
Obviously, replacement of the rear is necessary, if not past due; the front has several hundred more miles on it, but I'm replacing it along with the rear as tires have a tenancy to go more quickly at the end of their life.
I'll be moving up to the GT-Spec version of the T-30 (B Code). The GT-Spec are designed to provide improved handling for heavier sport touring bikes (defined as >551 pounds laden). They're only a few dollars more than the base T30s and it will be interesting to see if I can get a longer life out o f them.
The rear tire came in at $157 and the front came in at $112; tax and all the rest is a nice round $300, pre install. I must say that the price point on these tires that rolled almost 12,000 miles can only be described as outstanding.