Just to update this, the car came out good, finished it back in mid-July!
I did not replace the front quarter panels, some filler and many hours of sanding cleaned them up nice. Was quoted $100/side for the front quarters at the cheapest and removing the driver's side resulted in many snapped bolts so I decided against that. Can't even tell it's been repaired.
I had to do a little bit of filler on the driver's and passenger doors (dings), along with some rust removal. I did the best I could with the driver's side rocker (passenger side was clean), sprayed some eastwood frame coating (I sprayed the inside of the frame of my jeep to protect it), and used some rust dissolver gel which actually worked pretty god.
Installed the SC front and rear bumpers and the side-skirts. I left out the cornering lights in the front, will put something else there (leds) in the future. I also installed two led fog lights in the front bumper (took some thought to mount them lol). I did not install the metal door sills, didn't want to drill holes in the door.
For the plasti-dip, I used an Earlex spray gun and pre-mixed plasti-dip. The only prep for the paint I did was wipe down the car with a non-residue glass cleaner the night before to get any leftover sanding dust/dirt off of it. I lightly sanded the entire car with 1000 grit but this is not necessary on a car with ok paint already, only did it to smoothen the surface and the factory paint was toast anyway.
Took a few hours to do, didn't need a spraybooth either, just a nice clear day. When your spraying it, it takes a long time to build the layers but the end result is pretty good. Overall, it was definitely worth the effort, not a regular paint job perfect but it looks good and is great for someone like me that basically is only building the car on a budget. I can tell it won't last forever either but touching it up is really easy, hopefully I can get 1-2 years out of it.
The last picture is from today, I peeled the black plastidip off the rims and painted the center caps to match the body.
Before Paint/Stock with Plasti-dipped rims, trim blacked out:
Prepping for paint (my Jeep is in the one pic, it's parked further downhill but still towers over the bird lol):
After Paint (plasti dipped)
Led Fogs and New Headlights
After tint (car is wet, it just was pouring rain before the pics):
Today (peeling off the plasti-dip off the rims, not finished):