Similar to DHW's solution, I use a metal lockbox made by Ruger which comes with a plastic coated cable. I wrap it around the rear seat supports and place it under the seat. The lockbox fits full-sized handguns. It's also accepted by the airlines if you want to take a gun on a trip.
I was considering towing a Geo Pro 15TB with my '18 JLUS, 3.6, auto, stock, but decided against it. Too close to limits and, from what I've read, JLs simply aren't great tow vehicles unless the load is low and light.
Some insurance companies replace cracked windscreens at no cost to the insured. I've been with the same insurer for more than 50 years and have never paid for a replacement. There has been a good number of them - including one on the Wrangler about a month after it was new.
I'd make some wiseass remark about 'man or mouse', but.... in '76 I bought a new Chevy El Camino without coordinating with wifey. Upon arrival at el hacienda I was shocked to learn she hated it, would never ride in it and that my best bet was to sell it. Wisdom overrode pride. Occasionally...
I'm considering the same travel trailer for my stock 3.6, auto Sport S. I do not have the tow package and would like to know if you do. Also, if anyone else reading this has experience towing approximately 2800 pounds without the tow package.
The wind noise generated by the Wrangler is too loud for me to listen to the radio at highway speeds; I wouldn't want to make it too loud for conversation too. One the other hand, I have a Kooks exhaust system on my GTO and listen to the LS2 rather than the radio in that vehicle.