Good price for a Llams unit. I looked at them, and they were NOT cheap. $150 is pretty good.
And without further ado. The paint is dry and mine are on. The OP's adjustments for lowering, works the same for lifting, as expected. Obviously you've got to do the reverse lengthen/shorten, but the amounts are the same. My links are 1/4" different than stock and I've got 1" of lift. I'm now at OR1 height, while in Normal mode. So now I if I drive over 40 mph, I don't need to air back up when I get there. It thinks it's in Normal height so it stays up. Park mode, and Aero mode still work without issue, though they're obviously an inch higher than before too. Not really a concern for me since I don't use park mode, and rarely drive fast enough for Aero mode to turn on much less make a difference.
I took a few quick measurements before and after putting them on (F = Front, R = Rear):
______ Stock F ___Stock R ___ Custom F __ Custom R
Gap*----- 3.0 ---------- 4.5 --------- 4.0 -------- 5.5
Park---- 33.5 --------- 35.0 -------- 34.5 ------ 36.0
Norm--- 35.0 --------- 36.5 -------- 36.0 ------ 37.5
OR1----- 36.0 --------- 37.0 -------- 37.0 ------ 38.0
OR2----- 37.1 --------- 38.1 -------- **** ----- ****
* The "gap" was measured while in normal mode only. It was taken from the top of the tire to the fender.
** All the heights are in inches. They were taken from the ground to the fender (from contact patch over the center of the wheel, to the fender).
*** Keep in mind your gap and overall height may be different than mine since I'm running oversize tires which will affect both.
**** OR2 was not tested with the custom links so no measurements taken. I assume the system will error out due to a physical limit if that height is selected, but I didn't try it since I won't be using OR2. I hadn't used it before, and I know I'm 1 setting higher than the Jeep thinks it is, so I won't be using it in the future either.
I also took a shot of the new links with the stock links. Yup, I remembered to do it. I even though ahead enough to lay a new #2 pencil down there with them, for scale.
I also took a shot with them in the spare tire caddie, just because I could. It fits in there real nice, in a pocket above the spare tire center cap