Removed my JKS Discos and installed Currie Antirock sway bar. As expected there is a little more body roll on the street, but very mild. I got on a low traffic road and did some avoidance maneuvers and am very satisfied with the road manners. I have it set on the last hole and even with two kayaks strapped to my rack and my wife in daughter in the jeep it handled well. I didn't get a chance to do any off-roading yet, but I did test the flex on my retaining wall and it flexes a lot more than stock, not quite as much disconnected, but I think it will work out great and I can skip crawling under a muddy jeep in the mud to re connect the sway bar after wheeling. Install was a pain only because my aftermarket bumper and winch are a pain to remove. I undid all the bolts and just slid the winch around as necessary to do the install. Tapping in the bushing was easier than expected and the rest of the install was a breeze. I only run a 2" BB so I cut an inch off each end of the threaded rod to get 8.5" links. They point slightly up when the jeep is on level ground and don't come near to hitting anything while flexing. Looking forward to getting some wheeling in soon.