IMO they are just like BFG ATs. My friends came with me when I got my MTRs and I got them a good deal on the General Grabbers and so far they love them. Mind you one owns a TJ and the other an FJ cruiser....both dont do any off roading.,
I love them. Mud/snow/sand dry pavement - all good.
2014 Oscar Mike Edition 2 Dr. - 4" Lift W/ 35's, 4.88 gears, ARB Lockers Front/Rear, Olympic Front/Rear Bumber with Quadratec 9000 winch, Magellian 7" NAV and back-up camera, Poison spider tramp-stamp/rear tire delete.
What size did you go with? 285 metric or actual 32"? I've got an 03 Rubicon that I'm thinking of putting them on. So I'm quite curious. I've had them on 2 different Tundras and they have been great tires for Iowa winters.
If they are anything like the BFG ATs (they look identical) I wouldnt want to run them if you were considering playing in heavy mud or snow. My BFG ATs were decent for daily driving or playing in dry trails but they would turn into slicks in mud or snow once the tread plugged up and were worthless.
I've had a set of 31x10.50 on my XJ since April. They've been great on and off road. I'd call them slightly more aggressive than BFG AT's, but they are very similar.
I've probably got 15k+ on them and they are wearing like iron. They were also about $35 less (each) than the BFGs.
I'll definitely buy another set.