Or Fab makes great bumpers. I've run mine for about 3 years in every kind of terrain and it still looks great. I've kept on top of touching up the powder coat and stuff like that, but its taken some hits on the rocks and barely even got any dents.
One nice thing about Or Fab that I can speak about firsthand is that their customer service is second to none. I had an issue with my clevis mounts at one point and Or Fab sent me new ones after talking with them over the phone and showing them pictures of what broke. The new clevis mounts they sent me were BEEFY, and have been holding strong ever since I received them 2 years ago.
LoD looks nice, but after seeing them in person, the quality is really lacking. I used to love the bumper for its functionality, but when i saw it in person, it really let me down. It seems really thin, and I was at a jeep show where the entire rear bumper flexed when the tire carrier was opened. LoD had responded in the old thread where I mentioned it that a bolt must've been missing from when it was installed to allow it to flex like that. I don't buy it...lack of a bolt should not make an off-road oriented bumper flex. It should be higher grade steel or even aluminum, of a thickness and weight that doesn't allow for movement.
And I've never seen someone use the clevis mounts on the LoD as an anchor point while winching, but they look so flimsy that I bet they would bend or even break off if you're winching any direction but straight. LoD is overpriced and overhyped.
Buy Or Fab and be confident you are buying an American made product backed by a company who will stand behind their products. They are the only company in my sig line for good reason.
Here's a pic of one instance where the bumper was resting on the rock and I used the rock to sort of slide on up the obstacle.
And if you're wondering, I have the Gen 1 Or Fab Stubby non-winch version that I modified by fabbing up a winch mount at my buddy's shop.