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I really like the BFGs for all around on- and off road performance, especially the ATs. They look good and come in more sizes so you can go tall and narrow like a 275 size or slightly wider and tad shorter in the 285 size. If you want to stay really aggressive, the BFG KM2s are great too. Slightly lighter than the Nittos and wear very well if you keep them rotated. But for an everday daily driver that still performs great offroad, I highly recommend the BFG KO ATs.
For something more in between, check out the Goodyear Duratrac (very aggressive looking AT that almost looks like a MT but rides well). A little heavier than an AT but not as bad as the MTs. The sidewalls are not as stiff as the BFGs and they wear faster, but still something to consider!
I am liking the Nitto Trail Grapplers more in the 295/60R20 size since they are much taller but a tad narrower than the 305/55R20 tires on my previous setup. Another reason I am enjoying them more is I went with a more positive offset wheel which tucks them into the fender more so having less noise and debris throwing issues.
On the downside, the Nittos are a very heavy tire and you feel it in both initial acceleration and turn in when steering, but overall them seem to have decent onroad driving characteristics and performed well in wet conditions.
On the plus side, I think they look great and also performed well when I took them off road.