Got these from http://www.safaristraps.com.
Safari Straps is a new manufacturer of net kits.
I have the 4 net TJ kit, which is the 4 piece kit with 2 side windows, full cage net and a divider net. There's also a 4 piece set which includes a rear only cage net, not the full cage net like I got.
They also have a JK set. With both versions you can buy as many or few pieces as you want.
They are very nice. They fit better than the side window nets from another manufacturer that I bought a few months ago. What's nice about the Safari Straps nets is the additional straps on the side windows verses the others I had. There's three straps front, three straps on the back, the other nets only had two front and two back straps, (arranged with one strap on each corner) and they never fit very tight. When I pulled the straps and buckles tight, the nets still sagged.
Another feature of this system is how the cage net integrates with the side nets in the way it attaches. The rear portion of the cage net has three loops per side, along the back portion of the net, and those loops are used with the three straps from the side window nets. This is a nice feature because it eliminates a bunch of extra straps and buckles to flop around in the breeze.
This system also includes some little doo-dads called "slip keepers" that are used to hold down the lose ends of the straps and keeps them from flailing around in the wind when running topless.
Unboxed and spread out: bag of "slip keepers", one strap and 3 bags of nets
Here's the cage net. This net covers from the cage cross bar behind the front seats all the way down towards the tail gate.
One of the attaching straps and buckles
Close up shows the heavy duty buckles.
Big net has three rings along the back portion. These integrate it with the side nets, minimizing the amount of straps and buckles required to attach everything, which really cleans up the look.
Once I had all the parts unbagged, I started the install. The top net strap wraps around passenger side of cage just forward of the speaker pod.
Another view. Do the same on the driver's side
I attached both sides and loose fit the net in this position. Leave all straps loose until everything is attached, that way you can adjust everything once it's all in place.
Passenger side loosely fit
Here's the side net for the driver's side