With your JK being a daily and doing light wheeling, I would suggest a quality 2.5" lift and 33" tires. A lot of people will suggest 35", but they will cost more and your gas mileage will drop like a rock. 33" tires with aftermarket wheels will still give you an aggressive look. 16" wheels will be cheaper then 17" and so will the tires. If going with 16" wheels, you can run a 285/75/16 tire. If 17", you can go with a 285/70/17 tire.
Here is where you will have to make a decision depending on the future of your vehicle. If you plan on getting off-road bumpers and a winch, I would go with a coil spring lift. If you don't plan on bumpers, you can go with a budget lift/spacer lift. Coil spring lifts are designed to take the extra weight while spacer lifts are just adding a piece of plastic on top of the factory springs.
Teraflex makes both styles of lifts for both 2-door and 4-door respectively. So if you plan on going with Teraflex, make sure you get the 4-door version.
Now, Teraflex also makes a couple different options with those lifts. Some come with their shocks, without shocks or with shock adapters that reuse your factory shocks. I don't like the idea of shock adapters, it's like adding a weak point to your suspension. For the shocks themselves, you have a lot of choices. A lot of people have said the Teraflex shocks are a little on the stiff side and prone to leaking over time. I would suggest going with Rancho RS9000 shocks. They give a nice ride and are soft for daily driving.
Here is an example of a Teraflex kit without shocks. Teraflex 1351000 - TeraFlex 2.5" Lift Kit without Shocks for 07-14 Jeep® Wrangler Unlimited JK 4 Door - Quadratec
The only thing I would suggest saving up for is an adjustable front and rear trackbar to help align your front and rear axle for proper suspension geometry. You do not have to go with Teraflex, any adjustable trackbar will work just fine. In time when you feel like you want to do more regular off-roading, you can also get front lower adjustable control arms and rear upper adjustable control arms to fine tune your alignment. As with the trackbars, you don't have to go with Teraflex, just pick a good company.
As for correcting the speedo, 2012+ model owners will have to chime in on the best programmer to adjust yours. I have an older 2010 model and do not know what's available for your year.
You also may or may not need this exhaust spacer for your year. Again, 2012+ owners will have to comment. Teraflex 2610000 - Teraflex Exhaust Spacer Kit for 12-14 JeepÂ® Wrangler & Wrangler Unlimited JK with 3.6L - Quadratec
As for other suspension companies, Rock Krawler;s 2.5" is known for giving more of a 3" lift, Rough Country is known for having sagging springs. I can't comment on Rubicon Express, AEV, Rancho or the other companies. Other owners can comment.
Hope this helps a little.