Funny timing. I just switched from the Dynapro to the K02 so I'll share my thoughts. Keep in mind I had the ATM which they have now replaced with a version that's supposed to be even better called the AT2.
I felt like the Dynapro was an underrated all terrain. I really liked them. They wore well and had excellent wet traction.They have the 3 peak mountain snowflake rating and I think a 50k mile warranty. They were quiet too. I will admit I never had a chance to test them hard off road. Just some snow and ice. I had them about 13k miles before moving up to 33's and thats when I switched to the K02's in June.
The K02s are a great tire but there is one thing I hate. The tread design means they trap a ton of small gravel. If you don't drive on a lot of gravel this shouldn't be an issue. Once I leave the forrest rd and get back on pavement the body of my truck gets brutalized with flying gravel. I slightly wish I had gone with something else. I also have an annoying vibration at 70mph but I'm going to have discount tire check them at my first rotation. But, there is a reason the K02 is so popular, it's still a great tire and looks mean!
For reference, I'm running 285/70/17 C range on SCS wheels.
I may try the BFG Mud Terrains or Cooper STT Pros next.
I have the BD squadron sport pro amber combos in the bumper. They are nice but not a huge distance. I do like them in dust, no fog to test yet. I have the onx6 light bar for the distance - 20”. It’s insane. I can’t imagine the 30”.
I have 1000 miles on my at3, street only, 315/70/17. So far love them, very quite great road manners and lighter than other brands in same size. Came from cooper atw3, they were LOUD. I’ll hace dirt on them soon. Others I have talked to have been very happy as well.