I've had many (!!) shock types on my TJs over the past 18 years and by far, the OME Nitrochargers I'm currently running are the best I've run. All but the ProComp ES-3000 shocks rode fine on the street, but not all did well offroad. Before the OME Nitrochargers, my previous TJ was riding on Rubicon Express Monotubes which were great on the highway but the worst offroad... they would lose control on rough dirt roads, I couldn't keep up with friends on the desert dirt roads between trails. The OMEs do great on everything, they ride great on the highway and they are superb in all offroad conditions, even while driving fast on dirt roads full of whoops.
Shocks are an easy job, you don't even need to remove your tires or jack up the Jeep to replace them. My only caveat/warning is if you live where the roads get salted, the bolts that hold the top of the rear shocks can get corroded and be a NIGHTMARE to get out. If you do, start spraying all of the shock mounting nuts and bolts (especially the rear shock top bolts) NOW with a penetrant like Kroil, Break-Free, Liquid Wrench, or PB-Blaster. No, not WD-40 which is not a penetrant.