I bought a set of 28" Zillas for my '16 Grizzly SE on ITP Hirricaine rims. They look great! Riding thru mud is awesome! Power is dramatically reduced due to them being so heavy. I bought the JBS machines Shive whole package weights, springs and all. Haven't had time to install it all but have riding real slow around and then the other day swapped back out my stock rim and tires which I have always planned on getting the Big Horns for those SE wheels. Anyway, they are great mud tires but I realized I don't actually "mud ride" as much as I thought I would even at my deer camp. When I put my stock w and t back on, I was so happy about the handling and how quick and basic fun it was. So yes there are so me places for them, but for trail riding, no they are not practice. I should of listened to others about which tires to go with when I asked in previous post. The mudlights look great and great mud but most riding I do as others they just aren't comfortable or fun going thru trails. Luckingly I can afford two sets, bought a lift and everything needing to swap back and forth, but mainly I keep my stock on it until they wear and I get big horns on those SE wheels.
There are parks I go too every now and then where mud is all over, but most riding I realized now, I take them off because so much more fun and maneuverable, just better riding.
Really think about how mud you go thru or have too. Even the parks I'm talking about there are always ways around it, if not it would of been best to get a cam an which would do it but then fail on you throughout the trail, enjoy your bike all around, all the time, I should of listened to Ridgeway and others on here, would of saved me a lot of money and time trying to figure things out the hard way.