Ya if it was me I would wait until you had the money to do the 3". A BB is just an intermediate step that costs people more money in the long run. Likely with a BB you'll want bigger tires, yet can't fit the same size tires with a 3" as a 2". Just easier to buy things once. I think for mild off roading yet still maintaining everyday drivability, you can't go wrong with a 3".
In that post I was telling him to go visit IRO. They are based in Shakopee Minnesota. They are very friendly there and always willing to help out
1999 Taupe Ltd 4.7L, 156,xxx miles, 3" IRO Lift, Rubicon take-offs, Carolina Driveline driveshaft