RFT tire wear will vary by your driving style as well as road surface condition. i.e. in Florida, some of our roads have ground up coral, shells, etc. in the asphalt and this can be hard on tires.
If you change to non RFT tires, no need to worry about pressure sensors, etc. All will work OK. Just consider a patch/inflation kit in case you get a flat.
If I was to worry about anything its to find a tire shop that has a leverless tire changer such as the Hunter Auto34. http://www.hunter.com/tirechanger/auto34/index.cfm
. This helps to insure your rims don't get chewed up when changing tires.