I'm not sure how it'll compare, with yours being automatic and mine being a 5 spd, but being in the mountains like we are here, just lifting off at stop signs etc was a lot more clutch, gas, brake, work than I could tolerate. Now it just lifts off at idle rather than the "slipping" the clutch of before, and is much nicer while easing through some rougher areas, not to mention far less shifting on the highway. I never did figure the reason for 3.07 gears, Jeeps aren't that aerodynamic, nor powerful enough in stock form to push top gear through the power range to reach the top end, and if you could, I think you'd be hitting close to 120mph. I'm happy topping out at 80 mph and being at top rpms when I get there, after all, our roads here have a max of 60mph in select areas only with 50 mph or less being the norm, it's way less shifting on the hills now as well. I'm planning on going to 33's in the spring if funds allow and I think I'm going to miss the gearing when I jump those 4" of tire size, but at least I'll have the correct carriers now if I decide to drop to 4.56's.
I bought a 4 cyl parts jeep with family bar and half doors after my first ticket for having no doors, which is where the gearing came from. I parted out what I didn't want and was about $200.00 ahead when I sent the carcass to a friends yard to live, he has the space and is kind of boarding them, as long as we've contributed to the parts pool it's ok to pick what you need, with in reason of course, kind of a private wrecking yard so to speak.
How's your lift treating you? We were both doing them at roughly the same time I believe and so far I am very happy with how mine has come out aside from the transfer case drop, that bothers me, so I'm going to try a motor mount lift and see if I can keep the vibrations out of it. My Jeep funds have dried up for the time being, so I'm down to mounts and bumpers and things I can make myself when time allows, which I'm also running low on.