These Coopers are the Discoverer AT3 XLTs, I don't do much off-roading, hell none. I need a little ramp help because of vegetation and he very occasional snow.
The AT3's aren't an aggressive tread although they are "all terrain". You'll appreciate that if you're ever visiting Guntersville during a freak Spring snow storm, ask Fogy about this
or you back up into a soppy field. The tread siping goes nearly the entire depth of the tread which contributes to the great wet traction. The quietness is attributable to little sound blocks designed into the tread. The XLT has a slightly beefed up sidewall with a little tread wrap around. That's more important if you tend to ride in ruts or drive up on curbs. You can get a Discoverer AT3 LT, same tire without the beefed up sidewall and a little cheaper.
I've run BFG AT KO2s for many years. These Cooper Discoverer AT3 XLTs have got those tires beat all to pieces. Better treadwear, better traction, better ride, and quieter. My stepson has Toyos on his Ram, I don't know which model, but you can hear the tires coming up the road long before you can see the truck.