4 season tires and 3 season tires differ by the softness and grip of the tire. A summer tire has a soft compound that remains soft in the heat above 40 degrees, but loses that softness and grip once below that temp. These tires perform much better than an all season during the spring, summer and fall months.
Since I have a dedicated winter tire, I would prefer to switch out to something comparable to the Pirelli P Zero's that came on my Jeep.
I've read a bunch about the yokahama and it appears that people complain of the noise of the tire after a few thousand miles. Some compare it to a worn out tire bearing!
I had the Toyo Proxies 2 on my 2010 SRT and they were hunks of garbage. Vredesteins were my favorite tire, but looks like they stopped making them for our cars.
Don't know much about General Grabber's and don't see any feedback anywhere on them.
Price isn't the issue, but performance and noise certainly are.