I've got the Mud Terrains too. I didn't really plan on doing a complete review of the tires, but it seems the more I am looking through photos the more details I want to give and I know I appreciate good advice from someone that's tried the tire for a good amount of time, not just a few runs or tests for some kind of evaluation. I live in the Midwest so I see a lot of different terrain and weather situations, and I have more photos of the Jeep than of myself, so I have lots of pictures for you! So, I suppose first I use my Jeep as a daily driver and on road they are classic mud terrain noisy.
I drive around with the doors off the majority of the time and the top is off frequently so long drives down the highway make most conversations pointless, but for around town it doesn't bother me. Other than the noise they wear fine for a daily driver, they don't have any other problems that I can think of.
Similarly they are mud terrains and do really well in the mud. I have had some trouble with the tires cleaning themselves out, so they can get all gummed up, but that is only in a situation where space is very restricted and I can't just drive on with some speed. They do really well in mud pits and such, just really muddy trails in the thick woods with sharp turns where slow technical driving is required do they tend to bog.
They are unbelievable in the snow. Last winter I didn't get stuck at all, and the snow was at least a foot deep and probably even deeper in drifts. They owned the snow.
I am not an expert in how much difference a tire makes with water fording, but I have done my fair share of that as well. It didn't make a difference as to what was under the water (mud, gravel, stone, rocks, etc.) the Jeep made it through every puddle.
I don't do much rock crawling out here. I've driven over some pretty rough patches of rock in my opinion and the tires did fine.
I have never taken the Jeep across any sand dunes yet, so I can't speak to how well they will do in something like sand, but I am confident that they will do well. They handle mud, snow, rocks, gravel, dirt, water, and asphalt all pretty well.