Yes, I like the ones with the big gaps between the knobs for clearing out mud.
Around here, the most likely chance of getting stuck, is in a watery mudhole, or thick yellow mud / clay, as opposed to sand or hard pack. In my experiences with a big heavy bike, the tires that can clear out the mud the quickest are the ones that keep you moving through the woods.
I like the look and price of the Dunlops, at this point. I used to run some real aggressive Cheng Shins on a Honda XR650. Had good traction, but had to replace every other summer.