I have some new TW tires which I haven’t installed yet. On gravel and dirt roads with some trails, I like 8 psi rear and 11 or 12 front so far. On pavement with that pressure the tires get a little squirmy if I try pushing in corners. My tires are old and I think they were giving fair warning… Sticker pressure would net more milage I’m guessing, but I didn’t notice improvement on pavement from 12-14 rear and 16 front after moving up to the sticker number. Every tire will be a little different due to the construction and loaded weight of the bike. The tire acts as another spring in the suspension and even has some of its own damping. Off-road I think I would ride even lower pressure like 5 and 10 or something similar. I’m surprised by how little my big butt compresses the tire with 8PSI. On the other hand I run 6-8psi on my KTM off-road so it makes sense. I’m a pretty big fan of the “tread lightly“ mantra so I like the BIG tires for that. Frankly, I’m surprised by how good the bike feels on our tight twisting roads here. The TW for sure gives me time to think about the next corner, particularly up-hill!