I have an Odyssey 31M-PC2150 and I also have a parasitic drain (discovered WAY too late) that runs ~17% of the total capacity down overnight. Still hunting it down. My first Odyssey started leaking (yes leaking. Yes they aren't supposed to be able to do that. The Odyssey rep was... intrigued?) after "Moab Before the Summit" 2018 after just over a year installed. I did not have to pay any shipping for my warrantied replacement, nor did I have to send the leaking one back. I've kept it in my garage on a battery tender and it hasn't leaked any worse...I’m on my third Odyssey Extreme Grp34 bat, 2 replacements in 2 years....... I do have a parasitic drain somewhere among all my aux items which may be the real culprit, ...
I have an Optima red-top in my other car. No complaints about it yet but it's also only around a year old. Same-ish age as the Odyssey, so we'll see which one dies first! Down in the Texas heat, I've found that regular lead-acid batteries rarely last even 3 years if parked outside.
I'd tentatively suggest that whatever battery you end up getting, if you're going to 4-wheel and rough it up, spring for the longest warranty you can. At least down in Texas, I've only had 1 battery outlive its warranty.