Put my lift on this weekend, with the help of two friends. It took us about 5 hours but we weren't in a hurry.
Lifted It sits level now
With 285/70/17 Goodyear Duratracs
I added the rear sway bar links (and moved stock rears to the front) and the rear track bar bracket. Here are my tips, since I wasn't considerate enough to do a full write up.
1. We used a cordless impact wrench to loosen anything it would reach, maybe the greatest tool ever for saving knuckle flesh.
2. The rear goes on pretty easy, and the nuts and bolts that hold the rear spacers in place aren't too hard to reach and hold in place while you get the threads started.
3. When doing the front, don't be afraid to really push down on the axle to get the springs back in. Just keep an eye on brake and ABS lines.
4. The front brake line extensions are a PITA. After doing the rear ones I thought it was going to be easy enough, but the front ones are not nearly as flexible. On the passenger side I had to pull some of brake line horizontally and then straighten out some of the factory bends (Be extremely careful not to pinch the line shut).
On the driver's side you need to pull the line out of the clip, under the hood, just beneath the master cylinder. Then remove the top clip that holds the ABS sensor to the brake line, inside the wheel well.
5. I never could figure out which one of the front shock relocation brackets goes on which side (and the directions lead me to believe they would only fit one side). My buddy has his with the part number side facing out outwards, so that is the way we did mine.
6. I had a little rubbing on the passenger side rear brake line, bent it out a little and problem solved. This didn't rub when I first put it back on the ground, but after a little driving it became an issue.
7. Ground clearance at the skid plates went from 9 1/2" to 12 1/4". Not sure what that does to break over angle, but as a vertical distance it is significant.
8. Read the directions and use these tips, and other people's, and anyone competent enough to change their own oil can handle this modification.
Flexing: This is with the sway bars disconnected. No rubbing and the brake lines still have slack.
Thanks to Anthony as WS Offroad for answering my questions on a Saturday.