(I forgot to mention, i added white door handle inserts, just to give the door handle a little bit of flare.)
The next modification to come was a lift and tires. I decided to go with a "home built" lift, which in essence was different parts from different companies to make my personal favorite lift.
I wanted to do things correctly- so i purchased everything I needed, which included a heavy duty adjustable track bar, a set of control arm drop brackets, a speedometer calibration device, and a few other things to ensure I don't have any problems.
Alongside these things, i needed wheel spacers to run the stock wheels with oversized tires- so i purchased a set of 1.5 inch spacers off of Ebay which ran me about $60. Most people would prefer to buy spacers from a reputable company, but i assure you- if you purchase spacers which are hub-centric and not large (Anything beyond 2.5" spacers), you'll be fine- just use red Loctite on the threads when installing.
Before i installed my home-built lift, i decided to coat my frame with a glossy anti-rust coating, similar to POR15. The coating i used came from Napa, which i chose over POR15- because it is completely UV resistant, meaning i do not have to paint over it once i apply it to my frame. I simply apply and forget.
The tires i decided to go with are Federal Couragia M/T. I've had good luck with these tires in the past, therefore i chose to continue to use these tires on my JK. I like the fact that they work well on the road, and shred through mud off-road, which is mostly what we have down here in Florida.