Nice! They definitely look beefy. What did you pay for those? I might actually like those better than my Yoko's.
I love my RRO kit. It was super easy to put in, maybe an hour for the front and an hour for the back. The extra clearance is very noticeable and beneficial. I debadged my Compass and people always think its a Cherokee now. I took my Compass off roading the first weekend I had it and scraped bottom more times than I would've liked(once is enough). I put the lift on and have yet to scrape bottom ever again. Basically, if my front end will go over it, so will the rest of the vehicle now. I thought I would have more body roll when cornering but there is no noticeable difference.
The only complaints I have about the lift is 1) the new upper control arms have the grease fitting in a goofy spot. I had to grind a small notch to make it fit. 2)the first month having the lift the control arms were squeaky. Nothing major, but I would hear it. I greased them over and over and the squeak wouldn't go away. After that first month of squeaks, it went away. I think it was just new rubber. 3) My alignment guy hated me when I had the initial alignment done. To do the alignment in the rear you have to measure, take the wheel off, disconnect the upper control arm, adjust, put the wheel back on, and measure again. He probably did that process on each rear wheel 5-6 times. Quite a pain, but hey, that's what I pay him for...
All in all, I absolutely recommend it. I've heard some things about shimmies and shakes in other people's Compasses, but I think that's because their were other issues that the lift compounded. You and I have the same model, engine, and transmission, so I say do it! Compass on!