You'll be fine with all seasons like those, but the best setup is a dedicated set of wheels with dedicated winter rubber, narrower width (say 225), and in a square setup. Then you can enjoy the better handling of summer rubber for the other 6-7 months of the year.
The DTC feature is pretty good. Makes the car a lot more predictable. With winter rubber, this car is basically point and shoot, even in very bad weather.
Have fun and be safe.
Also, don't run your car through a carwash (unless it's touchless). With all the winter grime on the cars, those brushes/sponges really do a number on the paint.