As you'd expect, this question or something similar gets asked all the time.
The universal answer--unless you're already a big time gear head--is just to use your Jeep in its stock condition for a while and stick around this forum learning lots of info before you pull the trigger on lifts, big tires, etc. I can almost promise you that if you pull the trigger on big mods right out of the gate, you'll regret them down the line and wish you made other decisions.
For example, do you know that those 35s are going to have a big impact on your gas mileage? Did you know that you'll need to regear both differentials to lower ratios to compensate for turning those big tires or else your Jeep will feel like a "dog"? Did you know that you'll need to buy a programmer to reprogram your speedometer to read accurately after adding larger tires? Did you know tires for 18" wheels are almost always more expensive than tires for 17" wheels? If you're going to do any serious offroading, did you know that you'll probably want to sleeve and gusset your front axle, which will require welding, to provide sufficient strength to handle those tires? I have an intake, but they really offer only very modest gains and some contend they do nothing at all.
Come say "Hi" in the JK section and flip through some of the threads, maybe do some searches on topics you're interested in, and see what there is to see. Lots to learn!