Re: Skid plates for the 2014 Summit-- how much?
A little late to this one .. I put factory skid plates on wife's 2014 leftover Overland - it was easy, and good to see everything clean and new in case some noise comes later on.
I also put on a Curt front receiver hitch for a 9K winch - I got it on eBay for about $180.00 with a nice little skid plate to fill the receiver. It goes on well, I just removed the plastic radiator to bumper plate, which has to be trimmed to go back on.
It goes on well if you believe them about not being compatible with tow hooks. I wasn't going to give up the fancy chrome Overland toe hooks, and after a fair amount of grinding I got them piled in too (they share a weld-nut mount). What saved the shoe horn mount was the versatility of the two front bolts that go into the bumper (they sucked the hooks in what looks to be perfect alignment - they are actually a bit tilted due to piling them on top of the substantial receiver mount) - if you do not have those bolt nuts fit in on your Summit under bumper I would not attempt to put tow hooks on - just go with the front receiver - which gives you a bomb-proof lower radiator support bar (think crashing into little streams like the commercials) - and a 9,000 lb. pull attachment.
I can't wait to get this beauty out west into the desert.