Wow, this has turned into a nice thread!! I'm glad you guys are finding it useful. I wanted to update you on my suspension now that I've ran with it for a few months.
The exceptional ride quality hasn't changed, if anything it's gotten smoother as the springs and bushings have worked in a bit.
As for settling, there hasn't been any. The ground to top of wheel-well measurements remain exactly same as they were shortly after the install. There is absolutely no signs of the dreaded "Jeep Lean".
That's the peaches, here's the pits. The individual leafs on 3 of 4 of my springs shifted around slightly, causing them to have a slight vertical stagger, instead of stacking straight up and down. Although I had torqued the u-bolts to spec, upon inspection I found they had loosened considerably. So I straightened the leafs and re-torqued the u-bolts. One of the springs still wants to shift a little, but the other 3 are staying straight. I think this is a minor issue, but worth keeping an eye on.
Secondly, after putting about 3K miles on the current alignment, I decided I could use a little more caster in the steering. If you recall, my caster was 5 degrees positive after reversing the shims on the OME springs, which is at the low end of spec. The Jeep handled fine at this angle, but it returned to center a little slow for my tastes.
So, I replaced the OME shims with a set of Warrior 4 degree shims (the OME shims are 1.5-2 degrees) just a few days ago. BINGO!! Now, finally, I can honestly say the Ol' Girl rides and steers better than new. I can now casually drape one hand over the wheel and completely forget that I'm driving and just enjoy the ride.
Anyway, I still recommend this suspension whole-heartedly for any of you hoping to upgrade. It's my favorite mod to date on mine.