I have never owned a 4 door, the Wife still curses at me for buying a 2 door, and I hate that I either get passengers, or gear, but not both... The flip side is that a 4 door needs a lot of lift and tires to get the break over angle that a stock 2 door has by default. The 4 door has much better stability on inclines and declines, but, switch back trails suck in the four door. Turning around on a single lane trail in a 4 door sucks and is sometimes impossible, where i've seen 2 doors on the same trail turn around with a few points.
All that being said, I love my 2 door and will end up with a trailer since that is cheaper than starting over again with a 4 door and losing all of my equity.
Some folks are fine with being screwed over, perhaps finding confrontation to be more stressful than just living with whatever the problem is. These are excellent consumers, manufactured to the finest specifications.
Reformed Jeep addict... Jeepless for now.