The Kumho Solus TA51a is a relatively new offering that seems to be replacing the Solus TA31 in the States. It could be great, it might not be? I have no complaints with my pair of Solus TA31 tires, but I haven't worn them out yet.
The Nexen N'Priz AH5 is a tire I wouldn't overlook. I'm impressed with my pair. When I needed new tires on my driver's education car last summer, I picked the brain of my local mechanic who does a lot of tires. Without bringing up any brands, he suggested the Nexen tires. He mentioned a few good reasons why, too. I believe my Impala has the Nexen N'Priz AH8 tires now, and they do seem quite good so far. You will only find the N'Priz A5 in a 165/65r14 size I believe.
I buy tires when I see a good deal on them. I am not a brand loyalty type of guy. I have used on Dunlop*, Federal*, Nokian, Kumho, & Nexen on my Mirage so far. I bought my pair of Nexen tires when I saw them on sale for $50/tire. I may have had them a year before I started using them.
* worn out & no longer in use.
My Nokian tires (made in Russia) are completing their 7th winter up front. Due to the war, 165/65r14 Nokian Nordman 7 snow tires have disappeared off the scene.
I bought a set of Vredestein Quatrac 5 (all-weather tires) when they were on sale (approximately $68/tire). They have been on back order for almost 14 months (placed order in December of 2022) now. Thankfully, it's been an extremely mild winter this year, & I hope that I have them next winter! I think Tire Rack would like me to cancel my order & not have to honor the low price, but I've been patiently waiting. At this point, I don't see many 165/65r14 snow tire choices available in the States.