Currently I am running the Rubicon stock suspension but since I want to run 35" tires I did a ton of research on all different kinds of 2.5" lifts from Budget Boosts (BB) to full kits including new coils and shocks.
My conclusion is why throw something away that still works pretty well and handles great? Why replace a fully functional suspension with a new one just to gain a minor lift? All I actually need for the 35" tires is more clearance and this is why I will settle with a 2.5" Budget Boost. The price tag for a decent BB with spacers, bumpstops, rear trackbar bracket, rear swaybar links and brakeline ext. hardware is about $350 and I feel comfortable with doing the install myself. Yes, I will have to buy some tools but they will be mine forever and I can learn more about my Jeep. Moreover the cost for the tools is still below the labor cost of having it installed in a shop.
I am in the same boat as you. I have bought my Wrangler earlier this year and I am also in the process of spending a lot of money on all those nice to have accessories. Choosing a budget boost over a full blown suspension kit will help you save a lot of money for all the other stuff that you want to throw on your Jeep. Like I said if you like the ride quality of you current suspension and if there is no obvious reason to replace your coils or shocks then it seems just wrong to me to swap everything out.