First off, I have owned & lifted a Jeep TJ (6"") & XJ (4.5""), along with owning another XJ & WK2 Grand Cherokee. This KL Trailhawk has been one of the most versatile Jeep's I've owned, but even with the 'factory' lift, it still had a bad nose dive and didn't look like a proper trail Jeep should.I read reviews, looked at photos (of Jeeps with this lift) and thought about adding it for almost 2 years while driving my Trailhawk bone-stock. I finally ordered, installed it with a buddy (about 3 hours) and added Falken Wildpeak A/T3W's in OEM 245/65 R17. I didn't want to add a larger tire as this is still my daily driver and I didn't want to kill the MPG's. Since installing the lift, I have noticed MAYBE a .5mpg hit vs stock, so I'm very pleased with the results. Also, by running the lighter weight P rated Falken AT over the almost 10lb per tire heavier LT rated KO2's, the performance is the same, including Sport mode. Overall, I'm 9.5/10 pleased with this lift and would absolutely recommend it to anyone wanting to lift their KL. It's definitely not my old XJ with a 4.5"" lift, but for 2022, its the best of all worlds and I really enjoy the overall look. The nosedive is gone and it now sits perfectly level. The additional wheel well clearance by keeping the stock 245/65R17's doesn't look odd or off at all, and gives me a bit more articulation clearance without rubbing.Don't chase the MFC lift unless you really want to lift this body style Jeep higher than around 1.5-2"" (tires account for some lift). For most people this is the perfect kit to get their Jeep just enough outside of the ‘stock' look to be different, but not going as far as to ruin the ride or give a lot of premature wear to the drivetrain. Again, I can't recommend this lift enough and recommend it without question. Should have done it the day I bought the Jeep!