Thanks for the recommendation. Unfortunately I already spend $625 for the tire/RIM insurance, but if this rate of approx. one every month continues, I will definitely follow the advice. Others seems to think so too.If you live in an area that has two seasons: Winter and construction, do yourself a BIG favor and downsize to 16" rims.
Probably pickup a set of 4 OEM Mazda 3's (previous gen) for $200, new premium tires for $500, $100 to mount and balance, and sell your OEM 2019 setup for more than the total downsized set.
Unless you're Andretti on the roads, you'll probably appreciate the more comfortable setup. And if you go with some nice all seasons/summer tires with fancy compounds, you can probably mitigate most of the "loss of responsiveness" when going from lower profile OEM tires to the squishier, but stickier compound all seasons/summers.
Highly recommend Continental DWS06 and Michelin AS3+ in the 16" sizes.