Here are some pics of a guy in my local Jeep club. He's always talking mad shit and has a majorly huge head. He's sticking with 31s because he said he "has better things to do than replace hubs and axles, and doesn't want to grind any sheet metal" But anyway. Supposedly it's the first Rusty's longarm kit ever made. They went up to Rusty's and purchased the kits. I haven't seen it personally, but I probably will sometime in the near future. Looks like it articulates pretty well. I asked if he'd heard of Claytons setup and he told me "If I want a sub-frame welded on, I'd have bought a Chevy. You can't weld on the frame anyway it's too thin" Lots of guys in this local Jeep club are running like 6 inches of lift and 31s, which frankly boggles my mind. If you're going to lift, you might as well stuff some bigger tires under there. But then again they're pretty into the whole Florida rockcrawling scene and they say having smaller tires is better because it allows more articulation.