you sound like you have a lot of money to spend, or you're not married.
The list looks pretty complete. The tire size is a great choice, and I'm thinking of going that way when I ware out my 31x10.50s. I would stick with the stock 15x8 Jeep wheels, assuming you have a Sport. The offset will keep 10.50s inside the fenders--just. I currently have a 2" ProComp suspension that sags under the weight of my winch and armour, so I'll be jacking it up another 1" in front and 1-3/4" in back (to make up for my trailer). That should give me plenty of clearance for 33x10.50s.
You might consider Rancho RS9000 shocks, as they can easily be tuned to your load-and-road conditions.
If you're going to put on rock rails, you might as well consider steel corners in back. You can get custom made corners at http://www.off-road.com/4x4web/oyr/index.html
MTs work better off road than ATs in almost all situations. One exception would be when climbing "slick rock," where you want as much rubber as possible on the ground. ATs will last longer and are quieter than MTs for mostly on-road operation.
Bulletproof FF7 & FF1R bumpers are a great choice, and will go on my rig when I get my wife to look the other way.
Upgrading OEM skid plates is a big plus. Jeep sells a great oil pan skid plate, for surprisingly less than off-road catalog sources. Tompkin makes an >excillent< gas can skid plate. It's the only Tompkin accessory I purchased that was worth a darn.
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