Unforunately some guys who haven't been around wheeling long think that the flex is the only way to wheel... Those Ramp queen days are a thing of the past. It doesn't matter how much flex you have. 3-4 inches uptravel is optimum, droop is where its at. Thats why I personally am a fan of leafs, but Lukethedorks setup is amazing. If I had a TJ that is very similar to what I would do. Proper wheel placement, ground clearance and a drivetrain that can handle your setup will take you a long long way. Low Center of Gravity rigs aren't new at all but it seems as most large companies steer you away from small lifts. Offering 4, 5, 6 inch lifts and higher are mainstream and for some reason sell. The more you research the more you will want to stay around the LCG. A jeep on 35's can tackle almost any trail in the continental U.S.
2006 Jeep TJ
1982 Toyota Pickup 20r/22r Hybrid, 5.29s, Lockrite frt/spool rear, Longfields, Hysteer, discs, armor, dents, smiles.
1970 Ford Bronco302, dana 30, 9", 3 on the tree, show stopper.