The new Mickey Thompson ATZ P3 is worth looking at, and it has a 3 ply sidewall. Cooper owns MT and Dick Cepek.
Cooper makes M/T/DC tires to M/T spec. They don't own anything else, Molds, Rubber compound etc.
There is no competition with the P3's, Not even close to the traction, Sidewall or even biting edges to the dura trac's.
Up close, They are far from a a/t or a 'hybrid'. Just a different computer designed tread pater to compete with the mt/rk's. They are just as aggressive and thick ply wise as the DC mud country's.
The 'hybrids' are the STZ and the new DC fun country. The 'trail' country is a more traditional a/t like a BFG, But still a tougher tire in its category. A lot of companies are stepping up with new designs and tread patterns to keep up.
Either way you look at it, The true mud tires are SS, Pit bull, and the like. The radial m/t tires are a tamed down version and could be called 'hybrid's'. From there, You find out what's more tolerable noise wise and daily use if a DD.
The P3's have huge lugs, I have a hard time believing they will get any better mpg and resistance than a m/t. Its neat to finally see a 'choice' at the tire size you want to run and many sizes to choose from.