If memory serves, TireRack would disagree: whereas they found the Michelin PS 3 A/S+ to be decent in the winter, the A/S was not.M Pilot sport 3 A/S are a great choice as well.
This.Depends on the characteristics that you want out of the tire. My own research over the past year or so between both Continental and Michelin , being the DWS06 vs. Pilot Sport A/S 3 +, is that the Continental's offer a smoother ride plus less road noise in contrast to the Michelin tires. They'd make a good cruising tire. The Michelins', as a performance oriented tire, are more responsive to driver input and too transmit road conditions a bit more readily. Both options are great it all depends on which way you want to go.
Good luck. Let us know what you buy! FWIW, I would buy the DWS06 again, and I would buy the A/S 3+ but not the A/S 3 (non Plus).I currently have some off brand tires on my R/T and I dread driving on wet roads in Caroline as it can get quite sketchy if you know what I mean. She'll be getting some new rubber sooner than not.