After having a set of mud terrains made by Dean tire company last me about 65,000 miles, I was tempted to go for another set. However, they weren't the greatest tires in snow, and the road noise drove me nuts! So I decided to opt for some all terrain tires that were not only affordable, but had a nice warranty, looked aggressive and were built by a well known company. My tire guy told me that Cooper was introducing the Discoverer AT3, so I did what little research I could do on them, as there wasn't much material on them yet. At $1500 for 5 tires (with a 50,000 mile warranty, plus free tire replacement warranty from the tire store themselves), I will admit that it was a bit more than I wanted to spend, but it was also a step up in tire size (285-70-17). I installed this tires prior to most of our snow melting off and before a couple more smaller storms that would cover the highways enough to give me a good idea of what they could do, and I was very impressed. Snow and ice traction was even better than my studded winter tires, and even on wet asphalt, they grip great with little slippage and seem to stop the truck just as well. Off road, they grip to debris extremely well and seem to clean themselves out in mud just as good as the same Dean mud terrains that I had before. about 2000 miles on them now, and while I do have some uneven wear on the front due to my stupidity of forgetting to install my hub rings, it's hardly enough to notice even by touch. A tire rotation and my hub rings installed, and they should be good as new! On road, if you don't know what to look for as far as road noise, you would think you were driving on regular street tires. With my head unit on a modest volume, tire roar is non-existant at 65 MPH, and they seem to handle our highways pits, dips and bumps very well. I will admit that they do rub in parking lots when backing out of spaces, but that's thanks to going up to a 33" tall tire with no lift and little back spacing. Towing seems to be fine with them too, though I have not had large loads in my trailer yet to give an accurate review on that. Installed on a set of custom alloy wheels, these tires weigh in at a whopping 83.9 pounds each. Remember to lift with your knees and not your back when installing! On a all terrain tire scale of 1-10, I would rate these tires at a solid 9. Sure, you can probably find yourself a cheaper set of all terrains, or even spend a little more and even get a better more aggressive set, but for the money, the GREAT warranty and buy a Made in America product, these tires are great value and really are of high quality. I highly recommend them to anybody looking to upgrade.