Probably a silly question but what are the benefits you are looking for?
The tyres are 4 small patches of rubber connecting you to the road and the handling depends on the weight of the unsprung mass (i.e. the suspension and wheels below the springs)and the geometry of the suspension. Change these and you may upset the design.
The effect of changes in such an important basic part of the chassis has an effect on geometry, handling, ride quality and tyre noise, not forgetting braking and stopping distances in rain and on the diesel soaked dusty roads of Thailand.
I will carry on trusting the factory engineers to have made a reasonable choice (and I also regularly chip my alloys on kerbs when "parking")
Having said all that....... I would still have the second one.