I wheel a TJ Wrangler during the summer and drive a 4 wheel drive truck to Tahoe almost every weekend so I have lots of experience with wheel spin and loss of traction situations.
Do I get cocky and overconfident? Hell no! I learned early on that when I get in that mode is when bad things happen.
I have seen alot of snow drivers and the worst are the ones that are driving in a 2 wheel drive vehicle with chains on at about 10 miles per hour.
The speed limit is 35 with even spacing during the times where there is snow on the ground and these slow pokes hold up large lines of vehicles all the time. My favorite is when some testosterone fueled lifted 4 X 4 driver in a diesel truck just pulls to the left and drops the hammer. Blows right by the line of traffic moving at 10 mph and snow roosters a stream of snow all over the slow poke in front. I have seen this multiple times and now I watch for it. I like following the plows as is is great to see the wall of snow shooting over to the right side of the road and admire the ominous vehicles that true snow plows are.
Here is one of a plow I was following recently.