I used the Bosch blades for years, and found them to be about the best around, but got tired of replacing them every 4-6 months. I broke down and bought a set of PIAA silicone blades. These are pricey [20$ ish per blade], but well worth it! Next month will be a full year that they have been on and they are like the day I bought them, quiet as can be and still clean evenly. They stay flexible no matter how cold it gets, they even run quiet when used dry in freezing temperatures. They leave an invisible silicone "film" on the windshield that kind of acts like Rain-X. I can't recommend them enough, and will never use anything else. Check 'em out...
Harvest Gold 2001 Ford Ranger XLT 4x4, Off Road package, SOHC 4.0 automatic, Line-X bed liner and step rails, Silverstar bulbs, Alpine CDA-7894, Alpine R series 6.5 components [front], Alpine R series 5x7's [rear], "hard wired" Passport 7500s radar detector, 35% tint on sides and top of windshield, Undercover tonneau, Rancho RSX shocks, Clifford Matrix RS2 remote remote start/alarm, BF Goodrich All Terrain T/A ko tires, blinker mod, Fusion'd grille, 06 emblems, clear corners, Wet Okole seat covers