For the steering I'd go with Synergy. Those 3 items you point out will be compatible with a future lift kit.
You also have SteerSmarts as a good option a lot of guys run for steering.
The MC parts are new, and not seen a lot of reviews yet. MC stuff is solid so I expect them to be a good...
Working on it.
Got front arms and drag link adjusted and now working on tie-bar to get the ends set within tolerance. I have no idea what they did as it should have been remove and re-install without having to adjust a thing.
Last will be skids. You doing trails that need skids plates?
Got it back and working to get all the front end adjusted properly again.
Dealership has the Synergy tiebar and draglink all mis-adjusted (safe lengths on double adjusters all too long) as well as left my engine/trans skids off as "we couldn't get them to fit"
They also seemed to have...
If you get a chance I'd loosen the front UCA bolts while jeep on ground and re-torque them. The factory arms do not use free floating bushings but vulcanized rubber and they will tear if over rotated. The loosening is not to get more droop but to release the bushing.
Should be in two place - one up between battery and fender sheet metal. They will be tied/taped up.
The other set under the instrument cluster.
Both are the same, Aux1..Aux4. Combined amp draw for both not to exceed circuit rating (40A or 15A depending on which Aux)
I added one of these...
Check out the thread here on the extended length filters - highly recommended.
And Pennsoil Platinum and an extended filter is a whopping $35 on Amazon. Set it up on subscribe and save to arrive every 4 months (adjust based on your driving amount) and you are set.
With 37's you likely will want gears. But you can always give the JB4 a try and see how you think it runs.
I also did buy the JB4 app, you need to do so for the Bluetooth to work.
I will get it dyno tested when done with the engine build.