Any lift can compromise ride IMO. The best bet, is to lift for tire size you plan on running. Anything over 2-3" changes geometry/ride. Obviously the more complete the better. 4 doors have a little more leeway because of the wheel base. Ride is subjective so don't always buy into the "my jeep rides better than stock" comments. Look into the details ex. 2 door or 4 door, location (flat roads or crappy city roads), shock choice. Etc
Most lift coils are built for weight. If you are not loading up the jeep be careful. It's not uncommon for a market 2.5" lift to see 4"
It may not be a bad idea to go with a leveling kit. TF's 1.5 or RK's new 1.5" Or build your own kit. Coils from any manufacture, a nice set of shocks, front control arms or geo brackets. Swaybar links and exhaust spacers of needed. Then proper bumpstop.
Research is key my friend