Peak-based here - I use a Minion DHF on the front - 2.35, but it's small for the size, so with a Patriot you might want to look at the 2.5 maybe - and an Ardent on the back - good combination most of the time in the Peak (local riding) unless you find mud, in which case the rear will let go occasionally, good on rocky/gritty norm though and reasonably fast rolling. For fool-proof, all-year riding, Minion DHF front and rear works really well and isn't ridiculously slow.
If you want fast rolling, I'd steer clear of High Rollers which are s-l-o-w ime, or maybe just use on on the front, tho personally I think the Minion is a better, more directional front tyre without the on/off lean thing you get with HRs. I haven't ridden the Advantage, so I have no idea, but year round, idiot proof combo would be Minion DHF/Minion DHF, faster option, Ardent on back but be prepared for slippage and wear.
Great tyres btw, I used to use Schwalbe NNs/RRs, but got tired of wearing through sidewalls before the tread expired. Maxxis use grippier rubber, tougher all round and are a lot cheaper too.