Looking for new tires for stock rims
I've done a bit of searching on here and tire rack but haven't been able to get too much information that fits what I'm looking for, mainly because I'm looking for stock size tires. I still have a bit of tread (30%), but I'm tired of spinning my tires every time I pull away from a stop when it's raining. I don't know what it is with these tires I have now but if I'm not in 4WD when I'm driving in the rain it's nothing but spinning tires, even back when they were around 60% tread life.
My Jeep is fully stock, priorities would be traction, ride comfort, quietness, and saving MPG. It's almost safe to say it's always driven on pavement, but there are days me and the friends are bored and go through stuff no stock Jeep should ever try IMO, but those days are like once a month for a couple hours. Plus over all it's a Jeep, I want it to have some ability off road. So I would like to find something that works great off road too, but I've come to understand you either get
1. +Great on/off road traction | -Uncomfortable -Loud -Bad MPG
2. +Comfortable +Quiet | -Okay traction -Bad MPG
3. +Great MPG | -Bad traction -Uncomfortable -Loud
From my understanding the whole MPG thing will only help or hurt within 0.5MPG, so as much as I'd love to help improve my MPG I think I can say I'll forget that and aim to find a tire that has a sweet spot between Traction, Comfort, and Quietness. What would you recommend?
Edit: Forgot to say, I do not change tires for the seasons, and we can at times get an inch or two of snow along with the winter ice, but rarely is it even that much, let alone more. Yet if we ever had to visit up north in the winter for family I'd like something capable. Wasn't sure if that would affect your guys opinion.