Wow! It looks mad. Lots of batteries too
The front is always a problem in the snow. To use a slimmer tire than the back works better, riding posture has to be adapted and you will notice a difference already, by simply setting the saddle forward.
I like the cold cutters cause they are cheap and easy, but the very best are still self made. I used Ramset studs but that implies to drill the tire, is long to do and shortens the tire life (3 hours making tires for 2 hours of ice racing). If you want to use plain screws, go for black steel ones, and arc weld a spot of carbide on each of them after they are set. That makes for amazing result on hard surface, they carve into cement. Carbide arc soldering rods are found locally at horse shoers, they use it alot in the winter.
Then, you will notice with try and error, that studs have to match specific use to be really efficient. Short and small for the street, long and big for the snow, medium thin and sharp for the ice... No stud can be all around polyvalent, but studding patterns can make the same stud better to suit specific use.