Our local club here here had a show and shine event. They had 4 classes you could compete in.
Street class - points for bling, shiny paint, upgraded stereo, etc..
Trail rig - points for winch, armor, cb, tire aggressiveness, trail damage, muddyness, RTI score, recovery gear, lockers, full size spare, etc etc..
The trail rig class was further broke down by tire size.
Stock class - max 31" tires (32" if it was a JK)
Modified class - max 35" tires
Pro modified class - over 35" tires
I ended up winning the stock class and score just over a 1000 on the RTI ramp! This pic doesn't show it too well but I went a bit higher than this to get my back tires beside the bottom of the ramp. I had my front driver's and rear passenger's tires aired down to about 7 or 8 psi and was disconnected.
Other small mods I have done..
I have onboard air under the hood courtesy of a SuperFlow MV50 compressor. I have a shovel mounted under the hood and a hi-lift jack inside. I put in a JKS adjustable rear trackbar to bring the backend back in line.
Coming up soon are some modifications to the rear bumper. I want to make the tire carrier portion again out of 2" tubing and add a hi-lift mount and jerry-can mounts. I also want to die-grind out the clevis mounts a bit so I can put in larger clevises and drill the pin hole for the hitch bigger and make the safety chain holes bigger.
I also have some other stuff in the works but I'll wait til it happens and I can post up with pics.