This is a task that 2 of my buddies and I are tackling right now...one has an Overland, the other a limited and my SRT. So far here is what we have done and the "plan" for each!
Front tow-hooks removed and replaced with covers from j4j.com (less than $20 and took 30 minutes)
Black rear Jeep emblem (painted over chrome with matte black)
De-badged all other emblems
Door handles, mirror caps, window trim, upper grille rings, fog light bezels, lower valance, rear step pad and tail light bezels. He plans to paint the majority of these matte black (window trim will be wrapped or painted gloss black to match the door panels in-between the windows)...while the others will be replaced with OEM painted PX8 pieces. He is the least involved and will probably take a couple years at his current pace
Rear Jeep emblem replaced with OEM (PX8)
Tail light bezels replaced with OEM (PX8)
Door handles, mirror caps, window trim, upper grille rings, fog light bezels, lower valance and rear step pad. He is going to replace all parts with OEM if possible. We are looking for painted door handles used or in exchange (silver to match the car). Mirror caps will be exchanged for non-painted (Laredo?) or will be painted PX8. The remaining pieces will be purchased new/OEM to replace the chrome.
Rear Jeep emblem OEM (PX8; pics below)
Upper grille rings OEM (PX8; pics below)
Window trim = Will wrap this in semi-gloss black to get as close to the PX8 as possible without looking cheap
Lower brake duct rings = Will either bite the bullet and buy the OEM for $300+
or paint them PX8 (still mulling over the idea of color-matching them to my wheels, a dark-gray metallic)
Luckily there is a lot less to do on mine as I HATE the chrome that is plastered all over the majority of WK2's (personal opinion; to each their own!)
Rear Jeep emblem is easy; used thick tape and a microfiber to wedge a screwdriver in-between the rear cargo and the emblem. Two tabs and 2x tape hold it in. Took 30 minutes total as you will need to remove the excess adhesive...I also cleaned it off with alcohol prior to adding the new emblem to ensure it will stay snug against the paint
Emblem off; note where the two tabs are
The first grille ring was took some patience...but after working around the ring I found that if you work out the bottom two corners, then up the sides, you can then pop them off via the top corners...did not damage any tabs as I took my time, also used a sunglasses soft case to put the trim tool inside so I did not scratch anything...take a look at the pic below so you can see what they look like off:
Installed (why they put chrome anywhere on the SRT is beyond me):
Let's get some more info going on this thread as I know there are a lot of people that want the same thing...NO CHROME!