2018 rubicon JL, came without the factory steel bumpers and the AUX switches. I added the factory 4 aux switches that fit in the factory hole next to the sway-bar button.
Baja Designs lights, I installed a 20'' high-power light bar in the bumper, one good feature is the 3rd wire that allows you to ground it to a momentary switch, 1 press reduces power by 50% and a 2nd press puts the light in strobe mode. The light is a super usable and easy on the eyes color. Very happy with the choice vs rigid.
Squadron Sport and Pro front lights, I bought the sport version for everyday fog light use, and the Pro version for backroads and night running, I used the matching pro version in the rear for back up lights. Extremely nice lights, very good quality brackets, build and harnesses. Moderately priced but well worth the cost.
Front bumper is an addictive desert design stealth winch bumper it is nice and fits extremely well. The build quality is top notch, but the finish work is horrible, you can tell it was sand blasted and then painted/powder-coated. There is patches that the blast media is trapped under, there is spots all over the bumper that did not get painted. Over all id give it 7/10 score. One of the downsides is, you will have to heavily modify the factory shield for the sway-bar disconnect. The instructions to install that you have to search for on-line that didn't come with the bumper, suggest cutting the mounts off at an angle. (still haven't made that decision). Im keeping this jeep long enough for the JT to come in and its a goner.
Rear bumper, 2/10. This thing is so poorly designed and a pain in the ass to install. It will be getting left on the jeep when I trade it in. If you have factory plastic bumpers you have to take them completely apart and scrape the factory sensor mounting points off, then trim them and epoxy them on to the new bumper. The ADD holes in the bumper are bolted with nuts and bolts and should have been done with nut certs so you can take them off if you need access. The license plate bracket has to be installed before the bumper goes on or you will be taking the bumper back off. The upper holes for the license plate are for the aftermarket license plate bullet LED lights. What they dont tell you is if you install them you have to either drill the holes on the license plate out to 1/2'' so they slide over the lights or you have to rewire them if you ever change plates. Again same as the front, the build quality is decent but the finish work is shit. I have spots where you can see how lite the paint was applied and the color shade difference. I would NOT RECOMMEND THIS BUMPER. For being close to the most expensive bumpers on the market they dropped the ball bad on this series.