My first suggestion is to do nothing related to suspension, winches, bumpers tires etc. If you have never had a Jeep Rubicon before you will be amazed at what it can do in stock form. The engineers built it to achieve a very high capability right out of the box. Use it for a while then ask yourself why would you change it? It was designed to be capable as well as safe. If you start lifting at least keep it to a minimum. Higher equals more money and more parts and more problems.
Join a local club. Go on some rides and enjoy yourself. There is little you won't be able to do in a stock Rubi.
Give it some time and see how you use it. Perhaps you and your wife will decide you like it as is especially as a daily driver which spends 98% of it's life on the highway. It is bad enough to get 18-19 mpg . Will you like 14 mpg on big noisy tires? Will you like the drivability of something sitting 4-5 inches higher? Good luck. BTW I did add a few mods which I shared with you on your post.