Another vote for Die-Tech. Although I have not used them personally, the logic is so simple and reasonable it's one of those things that makes you wonder why no one else thought of it before.
I have another brand of bracket that is essentially identical to the Rugged Ridge ones and I'll 2nd, 3rd, 4th, or whatever, all the comments from those above about the issues with the passenger side. As a mirror
it's virtually worthless. As a means of satisfying the law, they're fine.
Another thing to think about is if you have power
mirrors on your full doors, you'll probably want to just go ahead and buy a replacement set of manual mirrors to use with the relocation brackets. Will be a serious pain to try to pull the power mirrors off the full doors and I'm not sure you can even mount them to the RR style brackets -- don't know how the wiring is routed from the OEM mirror. Also, the manual mirrors will be easy to move from the relocation brackets to a half-door/tube-door if you want/decide to go that route. I bought the Quadratec replacement mirrors and you absolutely cannot tell them from stock (except for the etching on the mirror glass), but they're cheaper than Mopar.
So, I think when warm weather rolls back around I'll be in the market for a set of Die-Tech brackets. If you decide you just have to have the RR style, I can make you a good deal on a set.