J agree the drums sounds and production of the drums in general on Dark Horse is amazing! Creed's new record is amazing too, anything mixed by Chris Lord Alge is shockingly good, the clarity, punch and mixes are so in your face yet clear and big at the same time. Shinedown's cd has great drums as well.
Anyway, to get this the combination of NRG and SSD rooms sounds and how you use the varying amounts are the key. Experiment with adding a little more room to the kick even, where normally you'd be a little conservative on the amount of room on the kick, up it a little and it will be "Bigger" sounding. With this idea it really doesn't matter what preset you start with, start with one that is reasonably close to the sound you want. I would also use a little more of the SSD room on a snare and have a second snare that more dry for the room setting basically giving it the parallel processing effect. Again, going a little more heavy on the one snare with the SSD room mics than you would normally use if the snare was on its own in the kit set.
That's the great thing about the Slate sample player is that you can have these incredible "hybrid" kits as Slate calls them that have multiple snares and kicks even. Also, a lot of engineers in pro studios further compress and EQ the mix bus for the room sounds, this can give more clarity and "air" to the room sounds, bringing out their personality a little more, although, to me, the room sounds are very close to perfect, I use very, very little on the room mix bus , I use a very slight compression like 3 to 1 and no eq most of the time, but that's for my taste and mixes.
Hope this help anyway. ;^)