If you have a pep boys around you, I'd strongly encourage the Dakota Definity A/T then. I guess its a Cooper Tire rebranded as a Pep Boy's tire. Its what I have on my truck, and for an A/T tire its been phenomenal. I've been pretty bad about tire rotation on it, and they still are in balance and no cupping. I have 20,000 miles on the tires, with plenty of tread left, more than 1/2 of the treadlife remaining. During the nasty Christmas Blizzard on the east coast this last winter these tires performed like champions. I drove from Florida to Annapolis, MD with a stop in Williamsburg, VA to pick up a stranded friend, (DC airports shut down, but he could get a flight to Williamsburg), and I was passed by one vehicle during that entire drive. I pulled out a couple cars, and then continued through that ice storm that followed on December 23rd in the midwest so I could make it home on Christmas Eve back to Wisconsin. They performed as well as any tire can perform in a storm like that.
Incidentally it was a Jeep Wrangler from Vermont, I checked the plates. Thought he was crazy for doing 75 in that snow in such a short wheelbase, but I never saw him in the ditch.
Back to the point. If you're not doing much off-road, the Dakota Definity A/Ts are an amazing tire. If you have a Pep Boys anywhere close, I'd wait til they have the next Buy 3 get 1 free sale and jump on that.