Hey B-DMD, I took mine out last Saturday too in the snow, and I have the all-season tires. It was the first time for me to drive during a snow storm with the Jeep SRT8. I wanted to see how it handled etc.
We had close to 10 inches around here and most roads were partially plowed. That meant I traveled through anywhere on 3-6 inches of snowy roads and about 10 inches on my unplowed driveway. BTW, I left it in Snow mode and got out of the driveway without problems.
Accelerating and braking were what I expected on the roads I traveled on. As long as you don't accelerate hard or brake late, I had adequate control of the Jeep. Of course I like to have fun in this thing so I purposely tried to get out of control on many occasions. My only "Oh Sh!t" came when I took a highway off ramp over 35mph and got on my brakes which pushed the front end out a bit and came close to hitting a snow bank. I should have let the stability control take over instead!
If you are serious about getting snow tires now, I hope some are still available this late in the season. I've driven other performance vehicles with snow tires and they really do help in the snow. I just hated the dry performance part though. Heck, we might not get much more snow this season anyways?
Do you know where to locate snow tires or do you need a reference?