Hi John. I agree with you. And have done just what you mentioned. My jeep has over 100k on it and was due. I threw every item you mentioned at it and fixed it. Plus balancing and castor adjustment as a result of the lift and larger tires. The average person just looks for the fast fix.You shouldn't rely on a steering stabilizer to fix death wobble but find and fix the root cause - track bar, ball joints, tie rod and drag link and control arms (aside from the obvious of alignment and tire balance.) One quick test is to have someone at the steering wheel while you lay underneath the front end. Have them turn the steering wheel (engine off) back and forth while you look for slop in the track bar or steering parts. Sometimes the 'slop' won't be obvious, my fix would be to throw parts at the problem as a last resort.
Adjusting the caster might help return-to-center steering.