Visited the dealership earlier in the week and the Jeep did the intermittent start for them as well. (So I'm not crazy...) Anyway, another code popped which said the key fob was loosing communication with the receiver / switch and they predict that is what was causing the Jeep to cut out after the Start button was pushed and vehicle attempted to turn-over.
PCM-CODE P0513-STORED INVALID SKIM KEY. WCM CODE B1A28 STORED ECM MISMATCH WITH SKIM.
Replaced the key fob and switch:
56046736-AD FOB ITEG 8059057
1FU931X9-AC SWITCH IG 8053059
All covered under warranty.
Been running all week without having the intermittent starts, which is better than what it was doing before. So after ECM flash, purge solenoid, cylinder head, key fob & switch/receiver, hopefully the problem has been solved...
You're well into the stipulations of most states' Lemon Laws. I'm not familiar with CA law, but I'd imagine it's pretty consumer friendly.
Thanks for the thought, I didn't even think of that but I may look into it. My initial take is that because it hasn't made the car completely inoperable or a safety concern, plus being over 28k miles now, the juice may not be worth the squeeze.