Yes, that's the one. It's never been tested in regards to impact, how easily it bends or tears off the frame, but for trail driving (lots of brush and such) it's worked well and has pushed aside (or pushed down) lots of small trees without showing much wear. The powdercoat looks good when new, but it's not the highest quality. It hasn't flaked off on me, but if you push against a tree with it, it flattens out the texture a little. Not the end of the world, just a cosmetic nit to pick.
I'm probably going to end up taking it off and building my own at some point. Now that I've got MetalCloak's arched tube fenders on, I don't really need the brush guard sweeping side extensions, and I'd like something that's more stout (runs back further onto the frame) and has an integrated winch plate. I've learned to weld since buying that bumper
I'm really really really glad, though, that the rear bumper and tire carrier were backordered by Amazon
(where I got the front from --free 2-day shipping for Prime members), because I rushed into it after buying the Jeep (I was excited and sold a car and therefore felt flush with cash). A buddy of mine turned out to have the same bumper, and it doesn't look as good as the front, the design is weak, and it doesn't exactly improve your approach and departure angles.