MY first set of 285's, Goodyear DuraTrac Load Range E. No problems and just keeps racking up the miles with plenty of tread left. It's not that loud, a plus for the boxy landcruiser. Now I cannot comment on sidewall strength as some others have reported as being week but with mud/sand/ and lots of pavement they work 100% for me. They suck in Clay gumbo, but at 50psi and not spinning the woohoo out of them I guess all tires would suffer the same fate. (next tires will be a tossup between the Duratracs and Toyo M55's 255/85 though)
X100 on Duratracs, I have owned two sets, and very happy with them.
If you want something a little less aggressive, I have Silent Armors on the 80 right now. They have about 15000 miles on them and look like new. GREAT in the snow and ice (better than Duratracs), quiet and nice handling on the highway. Have not had them in much mud though.
I wouldn't call the Duratrac an AT due to it not having a treadlife warranty.
Best AT from my experience is the Hankook Dynapro AT/m.
Great traction in everything but mud and the treadlife would definitely go out to the 50k warranty. No road noise and great in the rain.
I would have run them when I moved to a 315, but got the Duratracs cheaper than I would have the Hankooks.
Goodyears lists the DT as an all terrain tire, but I do think it is one of the most aggressive ones out there. Love mine and have not had any complaints with them in any terrain (no super deep mud). They are VERY good in snow.
Wow I'm going too be an odd one out here. I have never tried Duratracs but I bet they perform well based on everyone's accounts. Presently I have 285 Falken Rocky Mountains and I am very happy with them. For under a grand with road hazard it was a smokin deal too. Good tread wear warranty