Oh definitely, none of those unreliable electronics to manage ride height! What I'm after is some type of coilover set up, maybe even a Nissan fact option as a warrantied package. Adjustments for camber, caster, etc should be included.
Factory bumpers and skids should be off-road (winch?) ready, just look at some of the current offerings, Raptor, Colorado...
Adjustable coilovers are still a PITA, especially in mud. You need a motor at the top of the suspension to crank it up an down - so forget any aftermarket support. The computers will freak out without input from positioning sensors, the same as on Land Rover's airbag system. Any fault and the car defaults to the lowest ride height since it doesn't know what it's doing - and more than likely goes into limp mode
Any OEM bumper might be able to take a winch, but with new pedestrian safety standard and bumper requirements, forget any kind of front-end protection like you get from the aftermarket. Honestly, Jeep has it figured out, they built the JK and JL with modification in mind. The assumption is that you will modify your Jeep, which is why you can drive straight to the tire shop and fit 35" rubber on it without a lift. a small lift gives you 37" tires with no rubbing. That's the kind of mindset we need, not more sensors and electronic bull**** that just gets in the way of making the vehicle what it should have been from the factory - before all the bean counters and health-and-safety nannies got to it.
There are lots of vehicles with adjustable suspension height, adjustable shocks, and six different traction control programs that mean any monkey can get up a challenging hill because the computer does all the work. At that point, why not just hire someone to drive it for you, or take a paved road to the same place? I get it, A-Trac and all the other similar system are brilliant, but it isn't exactly a challenge anymore.