Depending on how much you're off-roading and what you're wanting to spend - I like (and this is from off-road to on-road performance)
I have the BDS 9500 silver series and I drive my Jeep to and from work everyday, and off-road on the weekends and I've been very pleased with them and they're pretty reasonably priced. BDS will also replace any of their parts for as long as you own the vehicle if you can break it. For another $15-20 you can get the BDS/Fox joint venture 2.0 shocks. But there again that's upwards of $100 per shock.
Monroe makes a good all-purpose shock that's much cheaper, and also there's Rough Country that's pretty reasonable but I've heard some complaints. Really just depends on what you're wanting to invest.