This is the first car I've own with RFTs and I ditched this with 3500 miles on the odometer because they were terrible on the freeway! How are you suppose to drive a car safely when the stupid tires are swaying around in the tracks on the road? I owned a 92 Camaro (spare tire), 02 WS6 (no spare tire), 06 GTO (spare tire but took it out) and 10 Camry (spare tire) with non-RFTs and never had a blow out but if I did that is why there is road side assistance. Plus the cost of 1 RFT is the cost of 2 or 3, depending on how cheap you are, non-RFT.
If you enjoy the safety it involves then keep it but if you are a car person and want the most performance you can out of your car, then ditch the RFTs and get a set of non-RFTs and enjoy the car.