By the way, Bridgestone has four different "Dueler" models for your SUV including the whimpy H/T that was OEM. Goodyear has sixteen different "Wrangler" models, but only one for your SUV, and that isn't their best.
You need to decide if you want a car-like tire that is quiet and comfortable, truck-like that has more stability for towing, on-off road "all terrain" for better traction in poor conditions and off pavement, real snow tires, or noisy, lumpy mud tires.
I find the tirerack ranking pretty good, then I shop around locally for the best deal. Discount Tire/America's Tire are good, but they aren't nation wide. I really like my Firestone Destination tires, and got them at 4-for-3 sale at a Firestone store. Costco often has very good prices.
Here's Tirerack's page
for your size. Note that the Avon tires are a Cooper private label for Tirerack. Look at the "survey results" for each tire that interests you. The Pirelli Scorpion ATR, Michelin LTX M/S, Goodyear Fortera Tripletred look very interesting, with the Firestone Destination LE as a lower cost choice. Toyo tires are very good, but a friend that has a 4Runner doesn't like the noise of the Toyo Open Country AT. I'm not sure of Cooper's quality and tread life. I've heard more disappointed reports than good reports.