Hey All. After researching for months on this and other forums (this one has by far and away the best and most information, but I am sure you already knew that), I went ahead with the purchase of the JKS JSPEC 2.5" lift for my 2015 Unlimited Rubicon Hard Rock. For reference, I also purchased the adjustable rear track bar, geo correction brackets and exhaust spacer also all from JKS. In looking through the install instructions, I saw that they suggest drilling new hole for the rear sway bar end links. Rather than go this route, I decided to go with the Rugged Ridge extended sway bar end links for the rear to utilize the factory hole already present. My question then comes to the front sway bar end links. Being a rubicon, I was planning to use the provided hardware to just bolt in the quick disconnects and utilize the electo disconnect. I know some folks like to have both as the electro automatically reconnect at ~18mph, but I really doubt I will come to a situation often enough that it will be worth retaining both options. So my thoughts were to either use the quick disconnects with provided rubicon hardware to make them permanently (or at least without tools) connected, or move the factory rears to the front and sell the quick disconnects. Does anyone see any advantage to either situation? My inclination would be that the JKS might be stronger and last longer than moving the factory rears (my jeep has ~23,000 miles, so the stocks aren't brand new or old by any means).