I had 28 x 11 x 14 all the way around on my commander. They lasted about two years. They are worn out and time to get some new ones. Now I have an XRS. For the price of zillas compared to terms or laws, you can buy two sets of zillas. I like the predictability of the zilla and it is a nice riding middle of the road tire. The s x s is heavier than quads and now my mav has way more power than the commander. I do a lot of mixed riding. On a normal ride it is possible to go over almost every type of terrain. Hard pack, stony, ashphalt, gravel, trail, and bog. I have several friends with rangers and rzr's and commanders. While I was out playing around spinning all over the place except the deepest holes of course....my friends with pure mud tires were on the side lines watching. Too much hook up to really cut tight donuts and spray mud everywhere. They can get them broke loose and everything but a few have had issue breaking things. Axles, belts and one u joint. They work really well for straighter lines. Go through lots but not as much playability per say. And when it is time to rip down a gravel road or down some hard packed trails I start to hear some whining about poor handling, more gas being used and slower speeds. When you go riding with a group then the group is limited where they can go based on who has the poorest tires. I am not sure I am willing to go full out mud tire and sacrifice a lot of what the maverick is about for me. Has anyone tried zillas on the mav and what kind of results have you had? They are a lighter tire that can provide you with a lot of wheel spin and can still get you through a lot of tough places. 28 x 11 x 14 or 30 x 11 x 14 or 28 x 12 x 12 on all four corners. Which would you go with? All tires are under 30 lbs each.