Personally, I like the Vossen CV-1's and CV-3's better than the Beyerns. Just look at TXSTYLE's car and you'll see what I mean
And 22's are great for LOOKS. You will notice a slightly harsher ride along with the constant hassle of avoiding even the smallest of road hazards. I think the best thing you could do for your purposes (good looks, handling, and reliability) is getting the stock 20's.
"The Ultimate Driving Machine"
2006 BMW 750Li
- Style 128's with Michelin Pilot Super Sports, Magnaflow quad exhaust, ACS Roof Spoiler, ACS Aluminum Pedals, Umnitza LED License Plate Lights, Beltronics V995
1997 BMW 540i
- E39 M5 wheels, straight piped quad exhaust, CAI, Dinan performance chip, H&R springs
2002 Lexus LX470
- Window Tint (20%)
2012 Toyota Camry Hybrid LE
- Window Tint (30% front, 15% rear), LED interior lighting
2006 Mercedes-Benz S500
- AMG Sports Package - SOLD