Depends on your budget. There are a few quality lifts out there that can be bought for relatively few dollars that "maintain" factory ride quality. There are also a very few exceptionally well designed lifts that actually improve factory ride and driveability. The Teraflex Elite LCG long arm lifts are a good example. I did a 5 hour trip yesterday that included 100 miles of dirt and 130 miles of pavement, and midway through the last pavement leg of the trip I turned to my friend that was riding shotgun and said "you know what, ... this Jeep really does drive better now than it did when it was entirely stock". See my signature to see what I'm running.
One thing to keep in mind with whichever lift you choose is the tires and shocks you put on the Jeep when you're done. If you put a poor quality set of tires, or a cheap poor functioning set of shocks on it, you won't have a good riding and good driving Jeep, no matter how good the lift system you use.
2017 Jeep Wrangler Rubicon Recon; 35s - no lift, Warn 9.5 XP-S, ARB Twin Air, SPOD
2017 Jeep Grand Cherokee Trailhawk (wife's Jeep)
2016 Ram Laramie 3500 Megacab 4x4; 6.7 CTD, Aisen, AEV Prospector conversion; 37s, 4.10s, Warn 16.5K
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