I'm one of the guys McKBrew knows who owns them.
I can tell you I LOVE these doors! They do their job keeping the elements out or even warm on cold mornings. And when you want to go half doors or no doors at all, simply toss them in the back. In my 2-Dr the uppers fit in the back behind the seats even with the soft top folded down(they get pushed against the back seat by the soft top when it's folded down). And then I am in half doors, then I throw the bottom halves into the backseats, and finally the door surrounds in the trunk area too. And I'm totally doorless.
These doors give the ultimate freedom in my opinion: top up with doors, topless with half doors, topless and no doors, or even top up with no doors. And you have everything with you should the weather change. I mean you can do anything.
Routinely on trails I will go doorless, come up to mud or a water crossing and throw on the lower halves in less than 15 seconds, go through the water or mud, then toss the lower halves in the back again to continue the trail doorless.
They are a great door. The only warning I'll say, is they were a pain in the *** to bend just right initially. However, once you get them set up right, they're good to go.
And for mirrors? I use Rugged Ridge Mirror Relocators, awesome. I added a "blind spot stickey mirror" to the top right corner of the passenger side mirror housing to help see better with the mirrors relocated, a good tip for the mirrors.
This summer is the third summer I've been using these doors for and I LOVE THEM! All summer long I run soft doors and then I switch back to my factory hard doors during the winter.
If you have any other questions, let me know.
-topless with half doors, the uppers and door surrounds are in the back.