Looking to get some new tires soon and I've narrowed it down to these two. Having a tough time deciding though. I've been running KO2s on multiple vehicles for a long time now with no issues, I just kinda want something a little more aggressive without sacrificing ride quality and snow traction. I live in an area that gets snow and ice 7 months out of the year, lots of mud, and wet loose rock. I also drive 30-50 highway miles daily at 70 mph and above. Right now I can get either one for the same price, $370 a tire so price isn't a factor. The 37x12.50R17 KO2s listed specs are 36.5x12.5 with a weight of 69 lbs and a tread depth of 15/32, while the 37x12.50R17 Cooper STT PRO listed specs are 36.77x13 a weight of 77 lbs and a tread depth of 22/32. Both are D load range with a max PSI of 50 and 3,525 load carrying capacity. I know some people will say that one is an AT and one is a MT and they're not comparable, but Cooper does actually make an MT and the STT PROs aren't it. According to the Cooper website they're basically more of an Extreme AT than a dedicated MT. The Coopers are significantly deeper than the KO2s, and about a half inch wider. I don't give a shit about noise, my exhaust drowns out any tire noise. And I honestly like the sound of aggressive tires on pavement. What I do care about is not losing the nice soft ride and snow traction I have from my Metalcloak lift and 35 inch KO2S. Everything is telling me to stick with the KO2's since they've never let me down, but I realllllly like those Coopers. Hoping someone here has maybe switched from the KO2s to the STT PROs or vice versa and has first hand experience comparing one to the other.