jeepstroker…Welcome to the forums! We value your participation and questions...
The Hypertech "Max Energy Programmer" works great for me on our stock 4.0L ’99 XJ Cherokee. (See my comments at the article on this Hypertech installation: http://www.4wdmechan...ge-Cummins.html.) I use the low octane setting. No ping, works very well with stock compression ratio.
On your engine with higher compression, you may want to run the Max Energy's high octane setting but this will demand use of high octane fuel. I am happy with the low octane fuel setting and the Hypertech “Max Energy Programmer” computer programmer. I have not used any of the other brand "programs" you mention and do not recommended running multiple programs.
One thing to consider with the "strongest" computer programming is whether you plan to drive the Jeep XJ Cherokee on the street and highway. For drivability, you want a user and engine friendly software program that is the best compromise for performance, available fuel octane, and economy. In my experience, Hypertech did it's homework on this program. The others mentioned may very well provide a performance edge, but without driving and experiencing the use of these other "programs", I must limit my response.
Other members may want to jump into this discussion with their experiences around the Super Chips, SCT and Jet Performance programs. You might also call or Email the tech line for these manufacturers and share your Jeep stroker engine build-up details. They should know how compatible their software would be with your modifications. Your engine is octane sensitive with the higher compression, and there is no knock sensor to signal the need for retarding the spark timing.