Soooo, you are saying that the lifts are not as 'harmless' to warranty and components as originally promised? I guess I'm missing if this is required with the lifts to prevent damage to other components, or if it's just a nice to do for increased travel?
I've been working with some very well-knowledged Jeep folks about the lift over the past few months, and the overwhelming consensus is that sway bar links are not necessary for such a small lift. If we go 2" or above of lift, then it become an issue. As it stands now, we get a slightly stiffer sway, but otherwise the function of the sway bar is mostly unharmed, and the stress on components is minimal and reasonable. This same logic applies to most jeeps, as sway bar links are not deemed a necessity until going over 2-3". This is why personally for my kit, I stayed with a slightly lower lift amount in the rear than what is technically possible.
While the example posted is referencing wranglers, keep in mind the vastly different amount of stock travel the suspension can undergo. Due to the design of our vehicles, I'm not sure our suspension can at all travel far enough to detrimentally twist the sway bar, much less flip it.
Having quick-disconnect links can be handy when offroad, though I personally would want to consider the wear on the joints, as disconnecting the links would have the suspension at some weird angles not at all intended from factory, and when combined with the pretty extreme forces we can put on our vehicles, I might not be comfortable with that without doing some further research. It might turn out to be fine, and that would be cool, but I haven't done the specific research in to that, as at the moment, it is a nice thing to have, but not at all necessary.
Our vehicles, with the small amount of lift we are working with at this time, should not require new sway bar links.
Sway bar disconnects might be a great idea, or an inadvisable one, and some more research will need to be done to determine that. I'm interested, but hesitant. Running up a ramp is very different from going down a trail.
Overall, be safe and reasonable with your vehicle, both on and off road, and you'll be fine. Take it rough and crazy, and you'll run in to problems, lift or no.