I think these were the photos:
So, I find photo 16, from the link, the most interesting. It looks that the separate plastic door surround is gone. I assume the sport bar is too. I could see the top then integrating with the surround via plastic panels or cloth top operating in an integrated channel. I personally can't see separate cloth panels in the design as has been speculated at allpar. I view this to work more like a Suzuki Samurai, which should make the convertible top more quiet as I won't hear the door surrounds clanking, which is good and in theory give the interior more space, while meeting crash standards.
On the flipside, it makes me really happy I bought a JK. I really like the look of the sport bar and adding more support around the windshield is trivial on the JK. While the integrated door surrounds is a pretty good idea, when I remove my doors the plastic surround has generally stayed bolted to the Jeep. It is also a source of leaking where it meets the windshield header. Even after, getting the seal kit.
Seeing how Jeep is reading this form, how about bolting a skid plate to assist with keep the air movement streamlined under the Jeep with the dual purpose of protecting it? I bolted a M.O.R.E skid plate over the engine and tranny and got about 1 mpg improvement. Right now, I average 20 MPG with a 3.6, manual, 2.5" and 34s. Too bad the payback on the efficiency is 80,000 miles per my math. The flip-side is that CAFE standards don't change so the additional cost might be worth it at scale.
My last opinion, I would love to see the new models referred to as JL-7 and JL-8 as a nod to the CJ or even something that starts with C for the Wrangler like CL. Personally, I always thought the JK was 'just kidding' and the JL is 'just looking' which is better than 'just lame'.