It looks like my wife will be getting a Grand Cherokee and I will be taking over her 04 TJ and selling my YJ so I am already trying to figure out what I can do to make the TJ a little more offroad friendly. Its a Rocky Mountain edition so it already has the 44 rear with a limited slip and 3.73 gears. Its also got the 4spd auto so I know a SYE will be needed if I go too high. I figure with the 3.73s and the auto it will be livable with 32s or 33s for a while and as it is going to be my daily driver/highway commuter/weekend wheeler I don't really want to go any bigger than that for now. So do I go for a full 3-4" suspension lift with adjustable control arms, track bars, SYE, etc... or do I go with a 2" budget boost and a 1" body lift for now maybe going for a MML, SYE, and flatter skid down the road. I would love to say I am going to wheel it all the time but realistically if I get out once a month I would be lucky. I'm kind of new to working on coil sprung rigs so I'm looking for input on what people have really used and what worked well for them for this kind of setup. Also it will be staying this way for at least 2 years so I need a setup that will last and not give me a bunch of problems like death wobble etc...