I've looked all over the net for reviews and they haven't been too great. The best part is always the price. However, I haven't found much info on the new BFG Baja's or the new Goodyear MT/R's. I drive an '85 4Runner with a turbo'd and intercooled 3L diesel with 35's. I was running 4.88's, but I busted the pinion in the rear, so I went up to 5.29's. Unfortunately, I don't like the 5.29's with the diesel as much as I probably would have with the 22R. I still like to drive it to trails that are within a few hours. Although, I was well under redline, it seemed like the engine was running a little too hard on the highway. I also noticed a big decrease in fuel economy and a lot more blowby. My boost was also way too high, but that's another story. I decided I wanted some 37's. Over the past couple of weeks, I've looked at some pretty expensive 37's. I've also looked at some pretty expensive beadlocks. Finally, I found some surplus 37" MT/R's for a good price. From the few threads that I have read about these new ones, a D range MT/R should do great on my rig and last quite a while. If I puncture one, which I have bad luck with, I'm not out that much money. I decided that I will purchase these and do my best to review them for a light rock/trail rig. As for rims, I will be running military double-beadlocks that the tires are made for. I am going to recenter them myself using my plasma cutter and a mig. I'll purchase centers from rogue-fab and inserts and rock rings will come from TWF. I've had good luck with using airsof pellets as balancing media in the past. These are heavy tires, so I think I will go with 11-12oz in each. After all is said in done, I am hoping to have 5 double beadlocked 37" wheels for under 1.5k. I'm hoping to pick these up this weekend up in Marshfield, WI if I can work out a pickup time and the weather is good. I'll try to sell what's left of my 35's to recoup some of the money. If these turn out to be worthless, I'll sell them and put the money towards some 16.5's in another brand.