Mopar entry guards are fine but they DO NOT protect the top lip of the door sill. They attach by double sticky tape so installation is easy and no holes to drill.
For handles I bought "Smittybuilt" from eBay for 14.95. They seem to be just like the other 6 or 7 brands out there and the price was right. They mount with Velcro arond the padding on the roll bar. For the rear I bought another branded set that bolted right in to the existing holes in the roll bar cover. Funny though is that the handles are exactly like the front smittybilt ones, even thought they are different brands. I paid under 10.00 buck for them. There must be only one or two real manufactures in China making these little gems.
Speaking of entry stuff. I just completed installing the rear tailgate gas strut last week. A near factory looking install but still going to add strap near the bottom of the tailgate to stop the door from opening beyond 90 degrees to the body. The shaft of the strut comes in to contact with the weather strip of the tail gate when allowed to open all the way and I don't want that to happen. The stop strap will make this a real clean install. I'll post some pics when it gets done. For those who'd like to do the same, here are the part numbers from McMaster Carr.
9416K182 Gas spring with threaded ends
9416K86 Nylon 10mm Ball Sockets
9512K12 Ball mounting 304 sst bracket, you'll need 2.
I also bought a door strap for an 06 wrangler and the strap pin and strap back to put stop strap on the tail gate.