Ok. So, the digicam crapped out, so no pics yet- once I get a new battery, I'll try to post them up.
Didn't need the 2 jumper harnesses to the fogs- the main harness was plenty long.
Here's what you'll need tool-wise:
T20 screwdriver-style tool, crimpers, wire strippers, flat and phillips head screwdriver. If you want to solder, a gun and solder are useful
Disconnect the battery before you start this procedure!
Ok. So first, pop out the grill, then the plastic beneath it. If you are bumper-swapping as I was, use an 18mm socket with some extension to remove the 8 nuts holding on the bumper. Before you swap on the new bumper, install the fog lights with 8 small screws which the old owner hopefully provided. If not, use what you have around the house
Next up, re-attach the bumper- Loctite should be used here, just in case.
For the wiring, pop up the wiring box on the passenger side of the engine compartment, and disconnect the connector in the center closer to the front of the vehicle.
Now, on mine, and every other JK I've seen, the orange and white and yellow and white wires mentioned in the PDF above are already attached. Simply cut these (leave yourself a fair bit of room in case you need it), and solder in or butt connect in your harness connector.
Next, for the ground, there are 2 painted nuts on the passenger side fender. Use the one closer to the airbox.
Then, run your 2 fog light connectors down in front of the airbox, making sure they're not near the fans or accessory drive belt. Plug them in, dummy!
Then, hop inside the Jeep. There are 3 T20 screws holding on the lower steering column plastic cover. Kindly remove them, and pull the panel down, then remove the upper portion. Now, remove the old light/turn signal stalk, and replace it with the shiny new one you purchased. Re-connect the wires, and re-install the plastics.
Now, take your rig to your local Jeep dealership. Page 7 of the above PDF has a sheet with what they have to do. Basically, they have to go on Dealer Connect and tell Chrysler's server that your VIN vehicle now has fog lights, and then they need to download this updated setup to their StarScan tool, and plug that into your OBDII port, and that will tell your ECU that your rig now has fog lights. Whew!