I have had swampers, BFG ATs, KM2s and Goodyear Duratracs over the years.
I would go back to the BFG ATs for their wear and traction on highway.
The Duratracs are nice and quiet on the road for as aggressive as they are. But they are a soft tire and I've already been through two of them. I'm wishing I'd went with BFG ATs instead for a longer life tire. The duratracs are great in the snow and I appreciate the extra traction in the mud. They are on my Tacoma though, I do not wheel it, just forest road duty.
I currently have the KM2s on my jeep (35s) and I really like them over the swampers 34x9.5s I had on for years. KM2 radial are now my preferred jeep tire as it's a trail rig and BFG has a good rep for tough tires. And compared to my Duratracs, they're superior. I've popped one hitting a rock, bad judgement, looking right when I should have looked left. And I just hit a road hazard the other day found a 1/2" hole in my front tire, duratrac, that I now have to replace.
No comments on the tires you're looking at, but as mentioned, just figure out your hwy vs off road needs and lean accordingly. Mud tires are usually quite a bit softer than ATs FWIW.