I've had this setup on my rig for the past 3 years now and have greatly enjoyed it. You'll hear people tell you to go with OEM or something similar. But the end decision is up to you. Anyways, it handles on road well and I don't feel every pothole or dip in the road like I did with my stock. It's gotten me out of some tough winters here in Colorado with no problem. Yea, your still going to feel every speed bump in neighborhoods, but honestly I don't really have any issues. The thing that I've noticed from coming to a stop at 40 mph is that the Jeep will want to jerk to the left. And on highways with the higher clearance and wind, it will drift ever so slightly. Not so much where you'll have to grip the wheel with both hands, but you'll notice it on the highway a little bit. I have enough clearance off roading to get over almost every obstacle, save for the huge boulders. But having the JKS disconnects helps to
Would I recommend this setup? Absolutely. I actually made my decision from talking to a fellow local Jeeper and from asking a lot of questions. Only thing I would recommend for you, should you decide to go for it, is to get a new steering stabilizer. If not, your gonna be possibly skidding on dry pavement going around turns at 10 mph. And if your planning on flexing a lot off road, you can get the JKS disconnects with the package. Good luck in your decision, and remember to not go away from the Zone just because there are a few people who don't like this kit and who have never run it.