I have a 2014 Rubicon. One of the nice things about the Rubicon is that it comes with decent mud tires from the factory.
So far they have served me well enough. Very good traction on the trail, and good enough road manners for me so far. However, It's a Jeep, so there's a good chance they will get replaced long before they really "need" to be.
So, with an eye towards what they will eventually get replaced with, I'm open to ideas. I like the look of the KM2's and that may be what I go with. In NW Ohio the winters can be rough, and I've heard they aren't great in packed snow/ice. I'm not expecting particularly great snow performance from my KM's either.
I don't have a ton of experience with different off-road tires, so other than looks (which are very important obviously), I don't have a ton to go by. I do have some experience with BFG tires, with no disasters, so I feel pretty safe with them. My buddy had Cooper STT tires on his Cherokee, and they seemed good, but his dad had some Cooper tires on his farm truck and they failed, were replaced, and failed again. So mixed there (I do realize anything can fail, and don't want to disparage Cooper tires at all, I'm sure they are good, and I like the looks of some of them, so I would definitely consider them). Both of my off-road buddies right now have Pro-Comps on their Wranglers and they seem good.
Just something fun to think about. So what do you all prefer to run and what have you had good experience with? As a secondary question, are there any mud tires that are actually good in packed snow? What about all terrain tires that are pretty good in mud/dirt/rocks?