Post 287 is from an LJ owner addressing LJs specifically.
Yep, I was reading that. So I thought about adding the lower UCF transmission mount and if I have exhaust issues or driveline then deal with them as they come. Worse case I add skid spacers to drop it as a temporary solution to minimize vibrations as I come up with the parts and modifications I need to fix it permanently. If I had a regular TJ I'd toss all the parts in right away knowing I'd likely need them due to the shorter wheelbase.
I'm sure not putting a SYE on my 231 and get new driveshafts for that if I might install at 241 TC out of a Rubicon instead.