Some detail pics:
Offset ball joints pull the top of the tire in a bit and allow for some negative camber. The AEV wheels also keep the 275mm tire a good distance away from the ball joint stud.
Approximately 0.25" minimum clearance between tire and A/C lines.
The pinch weld has been folded toward the outside of the Jeep for maximum tire clearance when turning the steering wheel. This pic shows the stock strut fully compressed. There is approximately 1" minimum clearance here. The A/C lines and bottom metal bracket beneath these lines turn out to be the limiting factor.
The only location of rubbing at the front is on the inside of the wheel well toward the back of the tire. You can see the slightly shiny part on the metal. The tire only rubs at full lock either direction, and is worse if the strut extends downward (A-arms arc the tire closer to the inside of the Jeep). Thinking about installing some steering stops to prevent this (would be a relatively minor adjustment).
The rear has some slight rubbing at the front and back ends of the fender (inside faces of white fender) at full flex. It's really not bad though, and some light trimming will fix this. One important note is that I'm running stock length shocks and no sway bars. If the shocks were any longer, there would be more axle drop on the unloaded side, and would pivot the "stuffed" tire even further up into the fender. In addition, further axle articulation (given the short rear control arms) will also rotate the axle, pushing the "stuffed" tire backward into the back side of the fender. Just a heads-up.
The factory grille and headlight housings are primarily chrome on the Limited, which I think looks awesome on medium to darker colored XK's, but it gets washed out on white. I like the contrast of the black XK with the chrome headlights and grille, and thought I would do the opposite with mine. The color I chose is a close match to the color of the AEV wheels, but the angle of the grille and clear housing of the headlights makes it look darker a good portion of the time. If I was doing it over again, I would go with a shade lighter than the wheels so that it just "appears" like a closer match.