my opinion after installing a few...
1... the best tubs i have seen comes from 4wd hardware & AJ..the 4wdh tub weighs MORE than a steel tub, the floors are an inch thick, the joints are really strong, and mine is 5 years old and nearly perfect.
2...never use a fiberglass front grill...they generally suck, they are hard to cut, flimsy, and the steel ones don't rust anyway(usually)
3...run a thick ground from the front grill to the case of the alternator, then up under the starting solonoid to the neg post of the battery.
4...run another ground from the front grill to the frame.
5...paint the tub, or else the gelcoat will get stained in mud after about 3-4 years.
6...you must pay attention to the details if you want it to look perfect..things like the hood loops,side markers,emblems etc.
7...fiberglass hoods are nice and light and durable, but they like to fly into windshield frame shattering the gelcoat unless you put hood pins on the jeep
8...if you ever even concider a body lift.. now is the time..after you cut the holes in the firewall..it's too late
9...give yourself an extra day to do it so you can clean and paint the frame with hammerite
10...the tailgate in nice, but it's expencive
the only flaws in my fiberglass after years of wheeling are a couple rock marks in the rocker panels... and the ENTIRE weight of the jeep fell on it from about 4 feet up..it only made a 1"X4" mark in the bottom... i have seen wrangler tubs in VERY nice condition too though....a lot cheaper..
tj-7 thingy..[img]/wwwthreads_images/icons/tongue.gif[/img]..see it at http://www.jeepgod.net