I did post the link the the write up, and it is also in my sig. For the tight areas I used the included roller and brush (as well as an old brush we had laying in the garage).
I didn't get the chassis saver, that is just an extra that is included as a special deal to help get some exposure. I would save it for cleaning up some cancer under the Jeep.
Went through your writeup - I forgot I read it!
So basically, prep interior with sanding, wash out, use the MEK to get all junk off the paint, let dry, then go at it...
My carpet was installed with a spray glue, tacky stuff, especially in the back... i wonder if that will pose a problem with sanding or if I could use the MEK first to get that out, then sand, then wash/MEK again...
With Spring here in Alabama, humidity will be close behind, so it is coming on the perfect time to do this. Glad this TJ isn't seeing DD duty any more with my son. I can afford to let it cure the right way. Would curing in sun be better or in the shade of a warm/humid garage out of direct sunlight?
I'd likely do the door sills and go up to the dash base for completeness. Also planning on doing the edge around the tub where I have some good scratches. It'll be under my duster usually, but it should look nice and be protection for that exposed lip around the back. Just have to decide how far up the inside of the tub I want to go. Probably all the way up on the inside just to protect some areas where I've drilled holes for my rockers and side sliders in back. Guess that is just a personal choice. Did you go up your cage at all in back or just around the base?