I hate to be the guy to ruin the party, but there's a few things:
-4WP has a long history of screwing people. There's a few shops here and there that aren't like that, but 9 times out of 10, you can expect them to sell you the wrong part, not do the job they were supposed to, not understand how to do it right, or totally ass up your vehicle. You get blamed or they find a way to cover their end without having to owe you. I would do my research and make sure they sold you the right gear, then research if the gear is good.
-I'm not familiar with the skyjacker. However, I don't see many of us offroad guys using it, or even seeing it as a popular option for the on-roaders. Consider that what works offroad is going to be overkill for what the road throws at you, so you won't have a problem with failure there. For onroad, I would go with what the majority of people are running. Depending on your usage, I recommend Bilstein with Eibachs (such as the Toytec
kits) as an on-road kit, Old Man Emu (OME) as an economical off-road kit (also works on-road), or ICON
as a extreme offroad/"I've got a serious grip of cash" option.
-For 6" lifts, keep in mind that it doesn't add much clearance vs. 3" for offroading because it requires a drop bracket, plus it raises center of gravity. On the other hand, gdry06 on here has one and he wheels like a mean mofo.
-Moe is pretty much right, though if you are like me, having someone who knows what they are doing on a major project is worth more than any tool in my garage. I would recommend asking for assistance and we can possibly put together a day where we come help out with it for the cost of some food
-If you have the ability, Auburn Car Repair & Offroad is a good shop. It's a small shop, so you need to schedule time with them. John's prices are very fair and he knows what he's doing - he was part of an FJ Cruiser offroad race team
-I ordered my alarm system and had it installed by Car Toys. I had it installed by someone who was recommended to me by the community. I got goaded into it and went for it, got convinced to spend over $1k. I've been back through things and i'm not impressed with how it got done - I could tell these guys were very mindful that they got paid by the hour, and did what they could to shave off time in getting it slapped in quick. I don't have a better place to go to that I know of, so I've tried doing all other electrical and audio stuff myself. I would see if anyone in the electronics section of the forum has any leads.