Back to the bachelor life ? explain.
I think rims are really tacky and to be in Michigan (?) it is not practical, esp with the winters. Oh well, anyways.
Rims: Omega, Lexani, Niche, Lorenzo. There are others but those are quality ones and 'allegedly' triple chome dipped.
Tires: Pirelli, Sumitomo
A few things you want to keep in mind:
1. You need to know what your car will accept in the rim to width ratio.
If you get 20s, they have 20x7.5, 20x8, 20x8.5
8.5= 8.5" wide
Yes, it DOES matter how wide they are. If you don't get this right you'll grind against your strut mounts (most likely the rear, not front).
2. Rims are a pain in the ass to take care of. Expect to clean them every single day if you want to keep them looking nice. (brake dust).
Then you need to figure out your tires.
You can probably run a 225/35/20
or a 235/35/20
A 35 sidewall is nice, but if you hit a pothole you're going to crack your rim, several guys I know did this.
40 sidewall is probably the highest you'll want to go. Your rims look best when there is really not a lot of tire, without really high side walls.
I like Lorenzos the most.
20' Lorenzos+Pirelli tires is probably going to run $7,000-$8,000+