I have to agree that I feel our tire guy, and Les Schwab in general - are going for profits. (Even after I told the LS Tire Professional what I was looking for in replacement tires (Better ride and Higher Efficiency then my current set.). First recommendations were for Toyo's. (Toyo makes a good tire, but the Toyo's in my size, were a harder riding truck tire, and substantially less rolling efficiency.
Regardless of the tire you end up with, make sure your LS understand that you want all tires to be under 6 months of age per the DOT date of manufacturing on the tire. (DO NOT BUY their standard line, that 'tires don't age in the warehouse' and or 'your warranty is based upon in service date'. RV tires are typically replaced by age, not wearing out. And if you go to see the RV for some reason, a prospective buyer will be looking at the date stamped on the tire, and will careless about the in service date.)
You don't mention your size, but here are some tires to consider:
> Michelin XZA3 and XZA2 (Good riding, and Higher Efficiency tires. And the FMCA discount brings the price down
> BF Goodrich ST230 (Made by Michelin, so you still get the FMCA discount. Respected good bang for the buck tire.)
> Hankook AH11/AH12 (Lower cost, and many happy owners of these tires. This will probably be the lowest cost of any of the above tires.)
I'll stop here. But suggest you get what you feel is the highest quality tire available, save money elsewhere. As those little patches of rubber, are all that allows your coach to go forward, turn and stop.
And, post number 2, welcome to the gang
Finally, opinions will vary