I currently run Super Swamper Sx's and need a new set of tires. I had planed on going with a new set of 38.5 SX's but am thing 39.5 Boggers now. The old SX's lasted about two years and I had no problems with them. They bounced when cold, made a lot of noise but thats what a truck is for. The truck sees about 5,000 miles of use on the road a year. I normally drive a muscle car during the good days and the truck when wheeling or during bad weather. This is because of gas mileage and 2.00 a gallon of gas. With the truck seeing less use on the road I might just get boggers this time around. When driven it goes about 30 miles a day and is used in snow. I had no problems with the SX's in the snow on the road just take it slow and go, never got stuck but slid easy, thats ok. What I really want to know are how much (worse) are boggers on the road compared the super swamper SX's or regular swampers. How much more noise, bouncing when cold, snow slide wet weather traction ect. Remember I run Sx's and think they are fine for daily driving, they saw about 9,000 miles in the last year, I don't need a smooth, mello, quiet tire. I just want something that kicks and if boggers are not that much worse than Sx's I think I will go for it. Some one has to be running boggers every day or has a comparisson with Sx's. Please just tell me what I need to know, someone?