**ok, only about 3 hours so far in Superleggera configuration***
***I made that up, there's no Wrangler Unlimited Superleggera
In short, I love it! It's everything I wanted in a vehicle right now. Not sporty in any way (although 280hp, RWD, 6-speed, LSD sounds pretty good on paper, no?), but still kinda fun to hustle around sometimes. My baby rock chip/crack from the fall has traveled about 60% of the windshield, but that's not the Jeep's fault. Fuel economy is lame in absolute terms, but ~17.5 MPG isn't too bad for a jeep, and I expect that to go up with my new commute and warmer weather.
Still don't really have any planned mods right now, as I haven't really done any serious work off road. Side mirrors are on order for when she's doorless. I'd like to upgrade the head unit at some point since I went ahead and installed the kicker "stage 3" (lulz) speakers and they seem to be severely under-driven with the base stereo. I've never heard a stereo with slower bass, I'm almost wondering if the stereo is doing some kind of behind the scenes DSP to make it sound like that, it's really weird. I'm hoping some more wattage will be a quick fix, as I don't need awesome quality when my car is a glorified PA system.
Kiddo loves it, wife likes it, I like it. As I said when I bought the thing; I understand why wrangler people tend to keep one in the stable. I'm sure a day will come along when there's a new fast car that will vie for its garage space (M2? GT350?) but that's a ways off.
One thing that I didn't consider was that I'll have to put the whole thing back together when I want to wash the car. Not a huge deal, but not the kind of thing that's obvious to the uninitiated.