2003 KJ Sport in current configuration: FRONT SUSPENSION: RevTek spacer lift with stock bump stops. REAR SUSPENSION: Daystar 2" (stock) coil lift, couple of extra isolator pads top of stock coils, OME N132L shocks. TIRES and WHEELS: P245/70-16 on Rubicon wheels. EXTRA WEIGHT: Hidden Hitch on both front and rear, skid plates, fuel tank "cage". HEIGHT: After 17yrs with this setup (except rear shocks are new) ... I'm settled at about 20" front and about 3/4" higher in back. THOUGHTS: I'm okay with slightly higher in back, in consideration of possible rear end loading in the cargo area from time to time and towing. Alignment completed last September. Everything looks pretty good except not sure why Camber on the right rear is whack. Apparently it couldn't be adjusted and I have no idea if it can be corrected or what I could do to correct it. THOUGHTS: I'm happy with the alignment except the right rear camber thing. I'm happy with the height and stance of the Jeep, just not happy with the aged and likely worn suspension components. Plus, I'd rather have a spring than a spacer lift. SOooo I'm in the research phase of what I want to do about the suspension to improve ride and performance. I'm not pressed for any reason to commit as soon as possible and just trying to get my head wrapped around the requirements before I pull the trigger. I don't do much off-roading or belong to any off-roading clubs, so max lift and flex are not a high priority. Not for every day functionality and not for bragging rights LOL. What I am strongly considering is all OME suspension components and that's what this post is about. From my research and most others have chosen, I currently think maybe a 927/948 OME configuration is the way to go. I would add Tera-flex bump stops front and rather than going with hockey pucks in the rear, I'm thinking of going with Daystar KU09041BK Bump Stop 1-3/8" x 2.5" Diameter in each rear coil. I'm thinking I can go with the Daystar bump stops on the rear instead of hockey pucks because I've read that OME shocks have internal "bump stops" and the hockey pucks and extra long Tera-flex front stops are honestly to ensure the tires don't come in contact with the wheel wells. Since I'm running 245/70s I THINK the 1 3/8" Daystar stops will be enough. Heck, I might could even get by with stock bump stops on the front ... dunno SANITY CHECK: Given all the vehicle information above, is a 927/948 OME configuration the best way for me to go? Would 1 3/8" Daystar bump stops on the rear work for me? OTHER QUESTIONS: - Does anyone besides RRO ship completely assembled and ready to install coil overs? That would be ideal for me. - RRO offers a "Front Trim Spacer ... Helps to level out the nose-down stance of the OME suspension." They don't explain exactly what the trim space option is (@ $50 a pair) and I forgot to ask them when I emailed them yesterday (awaiting reply) about the $214 labor option for assembled coil overs and if that was for one assembly or both. Anyway, my forum question here is ... What kind of spacers if any, might I need? ... whether internal to the assembly or not. Is it a given from experience, that I WILL need conduit nuts or clevis spacing with the 927 OME assemblies on the front? - With a 927/948 OME standard configuration, do I need or should I even ideally install JBA Upper A-arms? Of course I want to stay within the steering geometry for alignment purposes. - That's all I can think of right now, but reach into your experience bag and tell me what I need to know or be aware of that I'm not asking about. Thanks guys ( where are you @tommudd ), I know this is a long post and your time to carefully read through, thoughts and considerations are GREATLY appreciated. Thank YOU I know my attention to detail and thought process might could be a little annoying but it's instilled in me as a former Navy Chief, to have as much information and facts as possible before proceeding.