When I switched to 20's, I put 255/35 Falken Ziexs on, and they've been fairly consistent with psi, at least according to the TPMS sensors and display. They'll fluctuate between 39 psi cold and 42 psi when warm, but all of the tires read the same. Not particularly brand loyal, just wanted some decent tires to mount on the 20s. Car isn't driven in the snow (that's what the Tundra 4wd is for), and if I can help it, not in the rain either. It's a garage queen, so a 3-season tire with more grip than longevity is fine for me.
2017 Ruby Red, Flowmaster Super 44 resonator, axle-back with dual round Magnaflows, cross-drilled rotors, Unleashed Tuning 93 octane flash, Ultimate Performance FMIC, graphics kit, 20x8.5s with 255/35s, Steeda front STB / rear sway bar, GFB DV+, "chair foot" VTA mod, caliper covers / (traded in on a 2018 F150 XLT FX4 2.7 Ecoboost)