I am looking to build a YJ. I do not have the Jeep as of yet, but I am planning it out. I know that it will be a 4.0 six automatic with EFI. I have built many SW 4X4's from early Bronco's to early FJ40's. I am familiar with coilover shocks. I run 14" Coilover Fox shocks on my offroad car now, but these are not Jeep's. I have looked at the Black Diamond coilover kit the Tomken Coil/shock kit and the PRO Comp Coilover kit. It looks to me as if the Pro comp kit has a much shorter link setup then the other two. Humm (short link + short stroke = less travle)?? I want the most articulation I can get without having to piece the suspension together from all over. It's funny, but I can't seem to find one pic of the Tomken YJ coil and shock conversion kit showing ramp shots. Tomken and BD are both good looking kit's but I would like to see more pics of the Tomken kit on the web page. Show the facts anybody can state numbers. If I missed these pic somewhere please give me the link so I can check them out. Now the last question is there a leaf springs kit that is better (not cheaper) at getting Degrees then coil systems. Cost is a factor but I am willing to do a little more $ to get more degrees. Thanks for the help in advance and appreciate any replys.