Re: 2014grand cherokee 4x4 help
This is your daily driver, correct? Seriously think about what percent of the time you will really be spending "offroad".
What the Bilstein 5100's allows you to do is pre-load (adjust) the shock for better ride control for the type of driving your doing. It's not really going to raise the vehicle. It also doesn't change the drivetrain/suspension articulation points, which is good on independent suspension vehicles. Overall shock length will be within about 1/2" of the stock shock.
As for the 5160's with the remote reservior, these would be overkill on a stock rig, you're not going to be pushing the Jeep so hard that you'll be worried about heat buildup in the shock. Plus, you'd have to find someplace to mount the reserviors.
My 2 cents... Spend your money on recovery points, protection, and tires first.