Nice truck BTW, it looks super good. do you not have much snow where you're at? I'm not sure how well those tires will do in snow.
In this thread it appears as though you are looking for a tire that will do it all. Highway, mountains, snow and ice. Highway noise is a factor as well so I assume you spend a lot of your time on the highway.
I occasionally have had to drive through some terrible conditions but in thinking about it, that would only have make up a very small percentage of the time I drove. For that reason I'll drive on an all season tires and take my chances in bad weather. If it's bad I'll drive very carefully. If it's real bad just keep of the road because you'll probably get stuck unless you are driving a snowplow.
I can relate to your mountain weekends. I spent most of my weekends at the lake before retiring. I commuted back and forth in all sorts of conditions every weekend mainly because it was more important to be out here than it was important to worry about the drive.
Now I live out at the lake. My main worry is what happens if I have to get out in a hurry. Fortunately they keep the roads clear out here. I'm on a school bus road. We get the snowplows first.
In the ten years or so that I've lived out here I don't think I have been snowbound for more than ten hours. Nothing I would ever own would have got me out in those ten hours so what's the sense of thinking about a tire that might get me halfway out.
If you spend a lot of time driving in bad conditions then you should be looking for that sort of tire. Keep in mind that tires made for bad conditions aren't so good in good condition and visa versa. As the saying goes "If you try to please everyone you end up pleasing no one."
The safest but most expensive option is to have two sets of tires. Summer and winter. The initial cost is prohibitive but in the long run your tires will last a lot longer.
There is one option worth considering. Chains, or one of the new high tech versions of them. They may be a nuisance to get on and off but how often would you need them?