couple pics here: Stone White GC Overland w/ some mods
I took them off road on Sunday and they did great, even on the 20s. I navigated just about everything my friend with a lifted FJ on 35s did with relative ease. The trail I was on was rocky, rutted, covered in very fine dirt and numurous steep ascents and decents. The Jeep and the tires did exceptionally well! I was a bit nervous going off road on 20s but I was impressed with how well they managed to maintain traction and keep me moving forward.
I think getting used to the sound of the jeep offroading was the most difficult part. Going from a strictly street driving in my previous car, to offroading was definitely a learning and sensory experience.
Overall i'm very happy with them.
I also just took a 300 mile trip down to Oregon for work and they were excellent on the drive. I averaged about 21 mpg on the highways with bested the EPA rating by a mpg. Quiet the whole way and rode very well at speed.
Haven't had a chance to test them in the rain but living in Seattle means I will have a long winter to do that.