You are going to get opinions from those who have had problems with the tires, and others who have had no problems and traveled thousands of miles on them.
As someone who bought a trailer and found that no tires matched, feel free to disregard my opinion.
However, no matter what tires you have, nothing beats keeping your speed below their rating (usually 65mph) and inspecting your tires when you stop. Make certain that you torque those wheels based on the manufacturers recommendation. ( especially important on new rigs.)
In fact, doing a walkaround when you stop is always a good idea. We found our lights were not working because our electric connection had wiggled it's way partially out from the truck. We've found windows that the wind partially opened and other misc. problems as we traveled.