As for the 2 door windjammer, what do you have to do to make it fit properly, if anything? I've really liked the look of the wraparound. And also, since I only have the hardtop, is there anything I need (like softop door frames) to purchase to make it work properly? Thanks guys, I think it looks really good.
Yes, you will need the door surrounds.
To make it fit properly? Ideally, you'd want to take it to a place that does custom softop work or an upholstery shop and have them, slice open the seam where the plastic channel is stitched in that slips into the door surround and have them add in 2" of fabric on each side. If you're doing this, then you would also want to have them add in a channel that matches the duster, so you can secure one to the other in such a way that the back of the duster is pulled up slightly as water can get in between the 2.
Just to make it fit like you've seen in some of the pics here, nothing. Just dont' install it on a cold day as the material needs to stretch some and if you look closely it will pull away at the bottom corners of the door surrounds. It's fine and works very well as long as you don't have anyone in the backseat for prolonged periods, as the backseat presses against the windjammer causing it to pull in the first place.
Also, the duster will leak as water pools on top of it. They sell a bow specifically for the duster that should eliminate that, but I would have to assume you also get some in at the roll bars, since the velcro does not wrap tightly around it. Adding in a piece of say a pool noodle like material around the circumfrence of the bar should eliminate that. Spraying the duster with water repellant type silicone spray wouldn't be a bad idea either. The best way to avoid leaks though is to just not park it in the rain. For driving in a downpour etc, you really shouldn't have any problem as I've found most of the water that gets in is a result of it sitting parked in the rain.
Also, to the guy who said the strap blocks the light, you either got one that was sewn without the V in it or you are pulling it to the back, that strap goes to the front little metal piece above your rearview mirror. Sorry for stating the obvious if that's how you're doing it, but it absolutely shouldn't be blocking the light.