As a followup to my own post, I got it figured out.
It took some professional help from my shop, so huge props go out to Jeff Arabia at Arabia's overkill for coming up with the final solution and implementing it.
Jeff took automotive bolts, chopped the bolt heads off and welded them to various places under the Jeep. The bolt studs then gave us a prefect place to attach tinned copper braid as is recommended by K0BG.com
All in all, there are probably 20 ground straps in various places under the Jeep now.
Here are the strap locations that I can remember:
Right and Left side engine mount to frame
Front bumper to frame
Rear bumper to frame
Right and left side transmission to frame
Right and left side transfer case to frame
Exhaust to frame in 4 places (pre- catalytic converter, at catalytic converter, after catalytic converter, at muffler)
Hood to frame, via rear of engine
Right and left front body panels to frame
Right and left tub body panels to frame
HF antenna mount to frame
Here are some overly large pictures, that the forum software will resize to make the page not blow up:
My Little Tarheel HP screwdriver antenna is installed on a modified Cooltech "Ultramount" cb antenna mount that hides in the license plate bracket.
The radio brains are installed under the drivers seat, with the control head using one of my cupholders. The radio head has a camera-style screw hole on the bottom of it so I used a RAM mount cupholder mount and a RAM ball to camera bolt combination to mount it.
I did put in another cupholder on the passenger side grab bar so that I don't lose a cupholder.
I chose this location so that I can use the VFO on the head unit without getting gorilla arm.
You can barely see the mic for the HF radio and the Tunematic antenna controller box in the picture in the driver's side foot well.
Yes, I'm just listening in to AM broadcast radio in this photo. :P
The HF radio head does not interfere with the E-brake, it just kind of appears that way in this picture.