Is this a daily driver for you or a second vehicle? I'm in the middle of a tear down myself, I'd be happy to trade notes. I started by stripping the interior, then moved to the dash. Three or four things right away:
1. Buy and use PB Blaster liberally. It is a product that works, especially given time. Pick what you're going after, spray it 24-48+ hours before putting a tool on it.
2. Buy a Haynes or similar manual, or even better a factory service manual. Lots of great, essential info, and good reading on days you can't get to work on the Jeep.
3. I tried to stay away from power tools. If I can't get it with a 3/8" drive breaker with a 8" piece of pipe for leverage, I sprayed it with PB and walked away/onto the next piece.
4. Buy a good set of torx bits. Needs to go up to t-50 and down fairly low to get smaller hardware on the jeep. Always try a larger torx size, even if you think you've got the right size. T25 is real close to t27, and might make the difference between stripping a bolt or not.
Everything is bolted on/together. It's all rather straight forward, but take pictures as you go to aid your memory of what goes where.