I wouldn't say im a serial tyre swapper but i'll tend to run tyres for summer/autumn then different for winter/spring, giving a different combo a go each time round.
I've tried -
Nics - Nice and fast, gripper then expected, work just fine most of the time, excellet braking
Hans dampf - Bit like a nic but beefier casing, really good on hardpack, substantial casing makes burping a non issue and inspires confidence whe cornering hard.
Minion - Pretty grippy, fast enough, braking not amazing on rear. get out of their limits quite quick in any wetter situations.
High roller - Seem from memory pretty consistently grippy, but when you manipulate them to grip, they grip better than anything else, also find this trait can be used to excellent effect in the wet, grippiest non mud tyre maybe.
Conti Baron - Lots of grip all of the time, even in filthy conditions. A bit slow, tubeless is inconsistent, hold air fine for weeks, then goes theough a phase of losing air overnight.
HR II - Grippy all the time, lots of burping issue though. Slow.
The question really is i gusee since it's getting to wet time of year is whether to just stick the barons i have in my garage back on or to go HRS again.
Just want a set of tyres on the 6" bike, that gets used as a mountain bike, ie rides in big hills, trail centres, uplift days in the wetter season we're going into. So a tyre that rolls ok, i'll accept not being amazing in the wet, just grips when i really need to, whick is a HR, right?