I've got the Bushwacker flatties on my rig. Not only do they look great (IMO), but they're sturdy as hell. A lot sturdier than the stock fenders. Mine are unpainted.
I bought em over the Xenons (my other choice) for a # of reasons. First, I'd read several threads on JKF about them being warped on delivery. The directions that come with them even point out that they may need to be laid out in the sun or in a warm area for a little while before they would assume their "natural" shape. Didn't like the sound of that, personally.
Second, to install em you need to drill out some of the existing mounting holes where your stock fenders were installed. Wasn't too keen about that, either.
With the kit you're also given something called an "expendable tool"...looks like a little drill bit. It's used to attach the flare's rivets. I had visions of losing that bad boy, and suddenly needing to do repairs to one of the fenders.
Anyway, all in all it seemed like the Xenons would be much more of a PITA to install than the BW flatties. In hindsight I'm happy with my decision.
One piece of advice on the painting: It's a multi-step, multi-chemical process, no matter which of the fenders you choose. In fact, after reading through the painting instructions, I decided that either I'd have to pay a pro to do it, or I wasn't gonna do it at all.
As for the BW pocket flares, Jimbo (JIMBOX here on the forum) has a set on his Jeep, and seems to like em. Maybe he'll chime in here. You can buy those pre-painted from Quadratec. The others, you're on your own as far as the painting.
Of course, the cheapest and easiest solution would simply to buy a new painted factory flare.
That's up to you.
I can say that someone here on the forum just posted photos of their Arctic edition with black flatties, and it looked hot. Again, JMO. And that's also on a Jeep with a lift and bigger tires.
Here's a couple pics of mine.