Other than getting on ebay and getting that dash piece, center console lid and repainting or liner the floor, I would do nothing else to the body.
Then I would do a complete change of ALL fluids.
engine, brake, axles, trans, power steering and T case..
Then take and cut the long *** bolts holding the battery in down to about inch sticking up...
Then do a tune up, cap, rotor and plugs and wires.
Inspect the shocks and brakes and hoses and look for any loose or broken parts in the front end.
Do all this before you do any mods.... Cause nothing brings the suck more than dropping 2k in mods only to find out the drivetrain is crap.
I'd pull that driver's side seat and clean the rust around there as much as you can, and repaint. My riser looked like yours, and within a year rusted through. At this point, I'm looking at $100+ for a new riser, and I can't seem to find a used one.
My OME 2.5" lift parts list with before/ after pics: http://www.jeepforum.com/forum/f12/about-order-ome-lift-kit-1489830/
I agree with Jeepsr4me
Speaking from experience as a new 1st time Jeep owner last fall, the temptation to scour the catalogs, ebay, etc is soooo tempting. I bought several cosmetic parts that I thought would be great only to find out after time, don't really fit the direction I now want to take my Jeep. Take care of all the basics first, put some miles on the Jeep, explore what others are doing or have done on the forum, then decide on your direction and go for it.
Great looking Jeep by the way, very nice shape.