^ I was just thinking that. Powder coat is great if you can afford it and know you'll like the look. You can paint the wheel and test it out first - if you like it enough to powdercoat, it's no biggie to do. A good powdercoat company is going to strip the wheel first anyhow so you don't need to take off the paint.
2013 JKU Sport, billet, auto, 3.73, LSD, 315/75/16 Duratracs on MB 72, 10A springs, Bushwacker flatties
Sold - 2005 TJ, red, auto, 3.73, 33" Duratracs, 4" lift
Ice storm casualty in 2007 - 2003 TJ, green, auto, 3.73, 33" Duratracs, 4" lift