Caseous Hi there! Sorry, this post must have just slipped through the cracks.
Assuming you might have already gotten an answer, but if not, here’s the deal:
Wide tires look cool, but tell to have strange riding feeling when turning on them. The issue is that many of these wide tires have flat profile and and when you lean slightly when turning, your tend to roll up on the edge of the tire, which is basically the rim. You get this with the Widewheel and other scooters with fat, low-profile tires.
Not a deal breaker, but not a feature. Less maneuverable for sure. The Widewheel, for example, is still pretty fun.
Puncture-proof tires, aka solid or airless are great for not getting flats. The downside is they usually don’t have as good of traction as pneumatic (air-filled one).
They can also get especially slippery when wet.
We somewhat recently got the Pegasus in and did some performance tests on it, but haven’t released a full review yet.