I'm looking forward to seeing some pics of this too, if there's any out there.
My two cents is only to add that you won't "void" a warranty by lifting, or doing anything else for that matter.
Unless it's changed from the 2010 warranty, your warranty excludes modifications and any damage done by them. For example, if you put on aftermarket wheels, they won't be covered by Chrysler's warranty. (Hardly surprising, given that Chrysler didn't give them to you in the first place.) Similarly, if you install a massive lift and ruin your drive shafts, neither the lift parts nor the ruined drive shafts will be covered.
The gray area comes where causation is fuzzy. If you reprogram your onboard computer and the engine starts mysteriously running hot and burning out other components, is Chrysler responsible? Who knows. If it's debatable whether your modification caused further damage, then you may have warranty problems depending on the dealer.
No matter what the case, however, your warranty is not "voided" by modifications. To totally "void" a warranty would require something like fraud. Perhaps stealing the Jeep. Something where Chrysler could assert that the two of you never really engaged in a contract to begin with.
Now, on to the photos!!