My current truck has the Michelin AT2 E range. By far the worst all terrain tire I have ever driven. They are nice and quiet on the highway, but worthless everywhere else. I had to use 4wd in flat pea gravel driveway last night moving a boat. This winter I usually drove my car because the truck had trouble getting around in the snow. They are gone before it gets cold in the fall, that is for sure.
I have had BFG Long Trial, BFG TAKO, Bridgestone Dueler, Goodyear Wrangler RT and ATS and Hankook Dynapro ATM on 3/4 ton trucks.
The best by a long shot has been the Dynapro ATM. Good aggressive tread, but still nice road manners. Long wear (over 80k miles on a set). Excellent in snow, rain and all slippery conditions.
Second best were the BFG Long Trails. Much better in snow than I thought they would be.
2013 Coachmen Freedom Express 320BHDS pulled by a 2005 F250 King Ranch CC
A rainy day camping is better than a sunny day at work.