I have PS4S experience. They are tough! I have some of the large 345/30's on the rear and for an interesting comparison, I have some PSS 305's on the front. (when I got the tires the 305's were not avail yet).
About 2500 miles, and because the rears are the most expensive tire in their collection, I never allowed the RE to burn them. I am lucky because I use another set of wheels / tires at the track. So I know she will roast them. Plus I had a '15 I sold with 20,000+ miles and I did my share of burnouts.
Drove around in a fairly responsible manner, but of course we took it out and have done several 0-60 runs, couple of "longer" timings. It will run mid-three's 0-60 all day, the steam rollers are on 12" wheels. They ride like a dream. I have not had this set in the rain, but I know they are some of the most highest rated wet tires.
Simple statement on a couple of important things: they ride smooth and quiet.
Here is an amazing thing. It is parked all winter and that set is "on the shelf" right now. When I took them off I noticed the rear were about worn as much as the front. I just measured for you. I am amazed. The rears have 8/32. The fronts have 1 or 2/32 LESS! I am not sure anyone has ever reported quicker wearing fronts on a Hellcat So there is quite a statement about their wear compared to the "lessor", "older" model of that tire. Remember above those are just the lowly Pilot Super Sports. I also used a set of 285/35's on a road race course. I also burnt up several sets of PZero's, and recently some Toyo R888R's. The PS4S set wore better than any. Here is something that floored me yesterday. The 345/30 PS4S is MORE expensive than its brother, the highly talked about Cup 2's in the same size!