Hi guys, here goes another "best tire" thread. We're currently entering what looks like another rainy winter down here. The trails I ride mainly consist mainly of hardpack topped with a fine layer of slippery mud. Add as many roots as you can think, a few scattered sticky mud areas and you have a pretty decent picture of them. Occasionally I'd go for a two or three-day excursion to a more rocky, downhill-oriented location, but mud would still be present. I was running a set of folding Maxxis Ignitors 2.35" until last year, and they held the type pretty decently, but I'm tired of getting washed out on rooty switchbacks and flat turns because of their hard compound. Have seen a couple of good reviews of the Maxxis ADvantages on similar conditions, but I was wondering if anyone has a better tire to recommend me. I'd also like them to be light, since most of my rides involve a decent amount of pedaling, both uphill and in flat ground.