How rough do plan you to wheel it? A cheap kit now will get you lifted, but may end up costing a whole lot more in the end. It's been a long time since I last visited this forum, but I have a 94 Blazer with a 5" BDS kit and have abused it. I would highly recommend going that route because I know it holds up, and their warranty has come in handy on the rear axle brackets. If your spring perches aren't fully welded they will break!
Which tires fit which lift is a difficult question to answer because it depends on what wheels you're using, which tire, and whether or not you're willing to take a hammer to some sheet metal. Mud tires have deeper tread than all terrains and therefore might rub when others won't. Even with the 5" lift on mine, 32x11.5 still rubs the fender in the front, mostly because of the 4.5" backspaced wheels I'm using. A larger backspace would help a lot, and possibly allow me to run 33's. The only problem there is finding someone who makes that kind of wheel.
If you're gonna do a lift that puts the torsion bars below the frame rails, do yourself a favor and get the relocator kit. That was the best mod I've done yet. It's amazing how much more you can climb over with those few extra inches in the center.