I did on my car. I got the car, decided to put snows only on the front, and during one of the first snowfalls I played around in a parking lot like I do at the start of most winters, to get the feel of the snow again after many months of good weather lol.
As I was driving, and making sharp turns, the rear end spun out as you would expect on a RWD when you were giving too much gas. That hadnt happened to me in any other FWD so it freaked me out. I would always joke that the rear wheels were only there to keep the back from dragging down the road. I'm not sure if its just the car design/weight distribution, etc or not, but I just decided to be on the safe side and put snows on the rear. After that I couldnt get the back to spin out unless I locked up the rear wheels. That could have easily caught someone off guard, like going thru a curve that suddenly gets icy or slippery and then you spin off into the ditch.
Its best to have the same tires on each wheel, that way they all have the same traction.
I'm not sure if anyone has gone with snows only on the front of any of these, either the FWD or AWD, if it makes a difference, or if anyone experienced a similar situation as I did.