I'm runnin' the 33" Duratracs. They do great all around, in the mud though they get a little caked up and you have to give 'er some throttle to fling it all off lol.
They are incredible on ice. I can walk up hills like a sheet of glass without the slightest tire spin. And I'm talking hills w/ three cars and a pickup spun out or back at the bottom on the side of the road to turn around and go back.
Snow is good, braking is also incredible. No problems in three winters so far. I'm very impressed at how good they stop without sliding. I've tried several times to lock 'em all up to test the road conditions on a side street and it will stop, on a dime, without sliding the slightest bit.
I knew they'd be good all around tires for sure, but I did not expect just how good they are in the winters here. I'm not nervous, ever, until the snow drifts to higher then 3 feet. Then, I just get a little nervous and probably shoudn't. I pushed through snow up to my doors, and that was right after the lift still running the 29" Good Year Wranglers lol. It looked pretty stupid for sure, but I only had to run it like for a week while waiting on the 33 12x5's to come into the local tire store.
But hey, Im not biosed just sharing experience w/the duratracs. I'd love to switch to BFG's next time I need tires if anything just to compare. I may like the gy's more? But then again, I may be missing on some benefits that are currently unknown!