I like the Wild Enduros. My setup was Magi-X front, Gum-X rear. As the PB review suggested, they feel more spikey than your typical Maxxis. As such, they dig into soft or loose dirt with more traction, and the knobs are well-supported so they feel good on hardpack as well. Where they're a bit worse than a DHF or Assegai is on wet rocks and roots, since the knobs feel like they comply less to the terrain. The front tire doesn't feel as draggy as a Maxx Grip Assegai, which is a plus. The rear feels similar to a DHRII Maxx Terra in rolling speed.
The casing is spot-on (front is EXO+-ish and rear is more like a DD). The front wore well, but the rear wore out a bit quicker than I'd like, with many side knobs undercut. But even with the undercut side knobs, the grip on the rear tire still felt good.
Overall, I found they strike a nice balance between grip and rolling speed, and the casing weight is good for general riding. The main downside is wear rate of the rear tire, and they may not be as good a choice as other options if you ride lots of wet roots (but the grip is sweet in the softer stuff). They are also priced quite well.