Just wanted to follow up on this thread.
So in the end my DW is fixed and the Jeep handles amazing. I really can't ever remember it driving this good, the steering is tight and I don't feel like I'm going to fly off the road.
Big shout out to High Country 4x4 here in Denver. The best quote from them "You have the worst bump steer of any Jeep we have ever seen". Take your vehicle to them and they won't jack you around on parts/labour. It takes a while to get in, but that's just an indication of how good they are.
I started by putting on the PP track bar bracket on the axle end. The bolt hole was a bit wallowed, but not too bad.
Then swapped off the FT track bar for a TF track bar
Replaced the FT 3" springs for ProComp 4", it's a bit more lift and they are a lot more stiff, which I seem to like.
Replaced the FT front lower control arms with TF front lowers. The FT weren't in bad shape, but I hate FT.
After all of that was done, took it to High Country.
After they were done laughing:
They put on the TF flip drag-link and bright orange steering knuckles.
With all of that done, I'm pretty happy.
My only issue now is the noise. I still have a lot of squeaking and some clunking going over bumps. It really does sound like a dump truck. All I've got left on the front are the upper CA and I assume that's where the noise is coming from since the back has a similar noise and it's all FT back there.
So based on that assumption I'll be getting the rest of the TF control arms and replacing them. I also have the TF track bar bracket for the rear, which I'll put on, and I'll also likely swap the FT track bar off of the rear as well.
Thanks for all the help and suggestions. I think by the time I'm done I will probably have broken about even compared to just replacing the lift, but as the service guy said, you can keep throwing money at replacing parts or we can just fix it right.