Since I first started researching lift kits over a year ago, I've relocated from DC to Charlotte area and finally decided that it's time to replace my worn out stock suspension on my 07 KJ as the stock springs are currently sagged about an inch all around, perhaps due to additional weight from adding my skid plates and rock rails. So after much hemming and hawing, I'm going to do the fairly standard OME/Bilstein 2.5" lift setup. As best I can tell from my research (I've read so many forums now that my head is spinning) these are the parts I will need (with a couple of questions that I would appreciate any input/confirmation from those with more experience than me): ARB 2927 Old Man Emu Front Coil Spring (2) ARB 2948 Old Man Emu Rear Coil Spring (2) Bilstein 24-139168 Front Shock Absorber (2) Bilstein 24-185240 4600 Series Shock Absorber (2) (any advantage to go with the Bilstein 5100 series in the rear versus the 4600?) Teraflex 1903200 Front Bump Stop for 02-07 Jeep Liberty KJ (2) (any other recommended options for front bump stops?) Rear Bump Stops: 4 hockey pucks, 2.5" 3/8" bolts, washers, nuts JBA Bilstein bushing kit As much as I'd love to get the JBA UCAs, those just aren't in the budget currently...though I'll start saving now I've read about people adding a top plate or clevis nuts in the front and additional isolators in the rear to get a little bit more lift - is that worth it with this OME/Bilstein 2.5" setup on my otherwise stock suspension? I don't want to stress my UCAs or ball joints too much. Gotta start calling around to local shops to see if I can get a deal on having the front springs compressed in return for an alignment...plus try to twist somebody's arm to come help with this project Thanks all - happy trails!