That's quite judgemental.
I respectfully agree with you. Listen, I didn't say what I said to be liked or to make someone happy. I said it because it is quite disappointing to see somebody buy something they aren't quite prepared for. In my opinion, a regear is just as important as any other mod on a Jeep. If anything, I would say it's more important than wheels, tires, lift, etc. However, how many times do you see someone regear first and then save up for tires? How many times do you see someone slap on bigger tires then suffer with a too tall geared Jeep for weeks, months, even years? In the meantime, how much wear on the clutch, heat buildup in the transmission and sometimes, risk/danger to themselves are they putting on? I live in an area where on ramps are short and speeds are high. Would I even attempt to merge with a 3.21 geared JK spinning 35's? No way, that's irresponsible for me to try and dangerous for everyone.
If you don't have enough money to do it properly, you don't have enough money to do it at all. Again, I repeat myself, would you skimp on other items such as insurance, maintenance or other needed items?
To put it another way, if you lived in a 600 square foot apartment and worked 50 hours a week, would you go get a lab puppy? Again, the answer should be no. If you don't have the resources to do it right, you shouldn't be doing it.