Price: $600.00 Pros: Cool tread pattern; hybrid design between an A/T and a mud tire; airs down nicely Cons: whines on pavement, but not too bad (I kinda like it :-) ) Recommended? Yes
Comments: I've had these on for about 4k miles and they are wearing very nicely. I've had them off-road a few times and like the extra bite they have. I did a lot of research on hybrid tires and ended up narrowing it down between these and the Cooper Discoverer S/T's. They are both made by Cooper and are on the same casing. But I like the tread pattern on the C/T better, plus I got a little better price.
Price: $654.00 Pros: Aggressive and nice-looking tread pattern, studdable, wearing well and doesn't whine too much on the road - just a nice "hum" Cons: not sure yet, as I haven't taken them off-road much Recommended? Yes
Comments: I just recently bought these after spending probably WAY too much time shopping for price. I liked the looks of the tread pattern on this much better than it's "sister", the Cooper Discoverer S/T. Mastercraft is a division of Cooper. On top of all this, Mastercraft is currently offering a $50 rebate on the purchase of a set of 4 tires.
Overall, the tires don't while too much on the road (this is my DD). I'm still looking forward to hitting some of the tougher trails on these.
Price: $1.00 Pros: these tires are awesome in snow, mud, rain, and seem to wear well on-road. Cons: sometimes get larger rocks stuck in the tread since its fairly deep. Recommended? Yes
Comments: These tires are actually the Mastercraft Courser MSR. These are mainly snowtires, but handle really well in all conditions especially rain and mud. I haven't needed 4WD in many cases where I would have with my other tires that still had 80% tread left. Nice and quiet on the road but are tough and can handle anything you throw at them. I'd trust them on any trail and in 2 feet of snow. Definately buying these again. My buddy with BFG all-terrains was even amazed at how well they did.