Our first XK (now mine) was originally lifted with the RR 2.25". My wife and I liked the Commander enough that when the time came to sell my old YJ, I took over the '06 XK and we got her an '08 Overland. At the time, the deals were so good, the '08 ended up being less expensive to buy than the '06. I then ditched the RR kit and had the 4" Superlift installed. Since day one with the '08, my wife has wanted to lift it up a little, but I wanted to wait until the factory tires were toast. That moment came Monday when I took her XK into my dealership for the BDS 2" kit install and new 265/60-18 Firestone Destination A/T's. My dealer (love them - Go West Chrysler-Jeep) charged me $177 a tire and $400 for the lift install. THat part might have been a bit steep, but they've cut me several breaks in the past, so I had no problem with it. Essentially, at $85/hr for accessory installation, they spent not quite 5 hours for the lift. I think that's reasonable. Anyway - this is starting to be a familiar setup on this forum, but I sure like how it looks over the stock setup. Drives nice, too, with no rubbing. I had purchased spacers just in case the new tires didn't fit with the balljoint bolt. There's less than 1/4" between the tire and balljoint bolt, but they fit without spacers which in the case of my wife's daily driver, is my preference.