We are on our fourth winter with a ADCO Designer Series Tyvek All-climate plus wind cover. Overall it's done a pretty good job. It's key to identify and blunt any sharp corners or protruding objects such as the rain gutters before putting the cover on and make sure that things are snug. Also watch for any pressure points on the various zippers that could rub or scratch the finish with excessive movement such a frequent high winds. We are in western WA and always cover over the winter due to the excessive amount of leaves and needles that drop - I don't like that accumulating and sitting all winter when I don't have much opportunity to keep it clean.
TT: 2019 ORV Timber Ridge 23DBS, Blue Ox SwayPro 15K/1500
TV: 2019 Ford F-250 XLT SuperCab LB, 6.2L, 4.30/e-locker, 4x4, 164" WB, RoadActive Suspension, 3216 payload
TV: 2014 RAM 1500 Big Horn CC (Traded in)
TT: 2015 Jay Flight SLX 195RB Baja Edition, Andersen No-Sway (Traded in)