So why are you asking?
Seems like your AWD might not like one odd ball tire a tad different from the other three or in your case three odd ball tires purchased because the one good tire was a Sumitomo ie brand knock off . LOL This thread makes zero sense
The Sumitomos I used to sell were crap (60,000 mi warranty but typically only lasted 35-40k regardless of how well they were cared for). I'm sure they probably make a few decent models, but I'd also bet that those would be in the same price range as some better options.
My car came with a set of sumitomo touring tires on it, in decent shape. They are very quiet and give decent handling in dry weather, but I'm not at all impressed with their winter performance. Not much grip on packed snow and nearly nothing on ice. Bad enough that I decided to buy a set of winter tires and put up with seasonal remounting.
I can't recall which exact tire it is, and I'm traveling away from the car for a few days, but I'll try to add that info next week.
I have a set of Sumitomo HTR T4's on my Baja, size 225/60/16 and they are awesome. They are rated at 75,000mi tread warranty. They wear like iron and grip really well for a "T" rated tire. I had no problems in the snow, when they were new, and never hydroplane.
They are now at about 6/32" all the way around and wet grip isnt quite what it used to be but thats expected. I do drive them hard (drifting on wet roads and hard cornering in the dry) so I dont expect them to last 75,000 miles
They only negative is they are wearing a bit choppy so they're a bit loud but then again my Baja has modified intake and exhaust so its loud no matter what =)
The Touring LS-T is the same tire as the HTR T4 but had a harder tread compound and an 85,000 mile treadwear warranty so it wont grip as well on dry roads. Tread pattern is the same.