I personally would avoid the Centerforce clutch. For how a Jeep is driven, it's way overpriced and designed for a different (high HP and high RPMs) application. Sure there's lots of hype on the Centerforce but in a Jeep that sees the usual offroading, it's just not the best choice.
Luk makes the OE clutch and I would go strictly with the Luk OE replacement clutch kit like you can get for $140 or so from Dial-A-Clutch - Your Clutch Kit Specialist
as I did a few months ago.
How good is the OE (Luk) clutch? It is VERY good and it holds up very well. The below pic shows my OE clutch smoking almost 70,000 miles ago, one of several times it was smoked. I finally replaced my original factory clutch at 166,000 miles a couple months ago and I was surprised it still had probably 20,000 miles of life left on it. It was still functioning fine when I replaced it, I only replaced it due to a major upcoming offroad trip (Sledgehammer!) since I didn't want to take a chance on it going out with that many miles on it in the middle of such a tough trail.
I'd go with the Luk again if I were replacing my clutch again. If I can get 166,000 miles out of my OE (made by Luk) clutch with the type of trails I do (see my website), even more miles than that isn't unreasonable to expect.