What KIND of battery you buy is much less an issue than HOW you intend on using it. If you want it to sit around a long time and start "whenever"......buy a good quality "regular" battery and keep a trickle charger on it ( a solar charger if it sits outside).
If you are gonna use the jeep as a DD, almost ANY battery will get you what you want. Batteries LOVE to be used........ the more you use them, the longer they will last.
Using batteries "off road" or in very bumpy situations can cause early failure due to internal plate distortion/breakage and/or plate shorting due to material dislodging and/or sulfation accumulation. If you do ALOT of offroading, consider the Optima style battery for longevity sake or have a backup battery on hand.
If you are just wanting to use a WINCH on a regular basis, you MAY want to consider switching to a "dual battery" system, where you are using one battery for your vehicle and one for your winch system....setting it up so you can charge one or the other or both. This kind of system tends to prevent the "getting stranded" due to killing of single battery. Any good off road/RV shop could show you how to do this or do it for you.
"For Gawd's sake, put a RELAY in there or you could burn the whole damn Jeep to the ground" ...this quote brought to you by people who do not understand the law.....Kirchoff's, Ohm's, or Faraday's.
Violation of KISS shall always ring false in TRUE engineering. - ME___
Had 75CJ5, 89YJ, 93YJ. Have 82CJ7 & 95YJ____Not one burnt yet due to lack of relays.