Oh, I can give you my opinion now as I have 25,000 miles on my current set.
They wear really well. Besides the desert riding here in northern Nevada, I have to travel far, and often, to get to other trails: Moab, Death Valley, trails around Big Bear, east of San Diego, etc, so I have a lot of road miles, too.
First, I have the AEV 2.5" lift under a 2016 JKUR and the tires are these 315s. On the highway I run between 28 and 32 psi and after they heat up, they're at around 33 - 35 psi (BTW, I don't believe in the chalk test - I determine pressure by how much it heats up during a drive. I use 10%) Off road I run 10 psi.
Off road they are plush. I can ride the washboard roads in Death Valley for example at 50 mph with ease. I can creep up to boulders and walk up them with great traction. They deform nicely. They don't chunk. I mean, I get the little ones from the abuse, but I'm certainly not losing half a tread block or even a quarter; I'm talking pinky fingernail size. They steer predictably on road and off. I do hear the tire hum going down the highway but it's more in the background than in your face like some tires can be. I don't hear them at all over the Jeep noise with the radio on.
Since they do everything I expect of them and more, I have no reason to try anything else and will continue to buy these. A+ for sure.
IIRC this is Holcomb Creek? I bent my drag link here and couldn't turn right very far, lol.