Quadratecs are made by Omix-ada/Rugged Ridge. They also make the same floor mat for 4WD Hardware, Tread Lightly and another company that is slipping my mind. That being said, I have the Omix-Ada mats and they work great.
I have the Quadratech front and rear (but not cargo) on my 2014 JKU. They cover more than the Mopar slush mats and look cooler than the Weathertechs. I've not seen the AEVs in person.
Be aware that the Quadratech's lug pattern (reminiscent of BFG MTs) is so deep that it makes it difficult to drive in some types of shoes, because your shoes get caught on the lugs. I've only had the fronts in place for a few days (they'd been back ordered for months), so maybe they'll get better after the sharp edges of the lugs wear.
My only concern is the aev appear to go back farther in the rear. Also the hold coverage appears better in the front? I am really trying to understand the price difference of $50.00 for all (3).
Concerned that they go back farther? I would rather they cover the entire rear seat area than just in front of the seats. I actually sent weathertech an email asking them to look into extending the second row mats to match AEV's, but with more of a lip. If you have rear passengers, mud and dirt will collect right beside the seat where the weathertech's don't cover.
I have the Quadratech front, rear and cargo. Front and cargo are great. The rear one is ok, I guess. I like the deep treads and they seem durable. Probably would go w/ WeatherTech if I had to do it again.
I've had weather tech when I had my mustang and quadratec for my jeep, The weather tech ones were great but there a lot more money then the quadratec and not much better, go with quadratec you won't be disappointed
2014 jku anvil, Kc Apollo lights, mopar light bar, spod, Ace rock rails, 33" Goodyear duratracs, 15" level 8 trackers!