I ran Dunlops Mud Rovers and had two sticks go thru the sides. The teadlife was good 20K.
BFG's Mud Terrains did great in all conditions. I found them to be real noisy. All of my tires I have siped. Mud terrains I have the inner lugs siped and this makes them perform great in the snow/road conditions.
Goodyear MTR's did well as for as traction and if I spun them in the Mud they worked great there too. They did wear quick however, 15K out of them and thats rotating every 3K.
All of the above Tires I rotated every 3 k period!
All terrains have been the BFG/Land terrains and they work great on the wifes Jeep, she travels snowy roads all winter long.
I ran a set of Cooper Discovery a/t about 10 years ago but only got like 18K out of them so never bought another set. They did take rocks and catus without puncture.
I had a set of yoko all terrains that would constantly go flat from prickly pear thorns in the same location the Cooper's or BFG's had no issues. I got rid of them at around 8k due to numerous flats
I've run BFG's A/T on my rigs for the past 5 or so years and love them. I too have them siped and they perform great on snowy roads and if I air them down a bit do great in the mud when I can spin them. I think they are the best All terrain tire around. I've been getting around 40K from a set and thats rotating every 6k without missing.
Well have fun and Happy JeepN