I, too, am due for some new tires over the stock ones that came with my 2012 Pathfinder and have done a lot of research. I haven't pulled the trigger, yet, as I'm trying to get the most life I can out of the adequate but slightly lacking stockers. After all the reviews, I was pretty sure I was going to go with the Firestone Destination A/T's giving the type of driving I do - mostly highway with minor off-roading. A month or two ago my wife purchased a 2014 Trailhawk that came with these tires and although most of her driving is highway, she is a Realtor and finds herself having to drive across pastures and in other off-road situations when showing people around country places. These tires have been great on-road, off-road and in rain and have minimal road noise and she has done nothing but sing the praises of the traction she has been getting. They are very "grippy". Being in Texas, I can't comment on snow but from the experience we have had with them, I'm sure they will be my next set of tires on the Pathfinder. I can get a set for sub $700 locally.
I have 35" Bridgestone Dueller A/T Revo 2's on my F150 and can't wait to get those things off. I'm just trying to get some life out of them to justify the cost but I find they are not the best in rain plus they get flat spots when the temp drops. Bridgestone was of no help when I called them about it. I wouldn't recommend them. The flat spot problem is starting to alleviate itself but only after I have put about 10k miles on them.