Gslandfeld, welcome to the club. Many great folks on the forum.
I'm throwing this out at you since there are many things I considered when I was in the market wheel and tire shopping. I hope that this guidance will help you avoid pitfalls.
Do you plan on upgrading your brake calipers and rotors?
If yes, you need to know the rotor and caliper dimensions in relation to the wheel spokes. This will play an important part in knowing the offset of the wheels.
If no, then you can start considering different wheels.
What size rims do you have in mind, 18", 19" or 20" wheels? I see you mentioned 19" wheels.
Do you want a staggered look? Example: 9 inch deep wheels in the front and 10 inch in the rear,
or same depth all around? Also consider the tires.
Are you looking for a one piece, two piece or three piece wheel? Is cost a factor?
How about ride quality? Less rubber on the side walls equates to more bounce.
Lastly, consider if you plan on adding springs or coilovers. Drive to a quality wheel warehouse and just window shop, get ideas without committing, or browse the website. There are many selections to choose from. Best of luck
BTW: here is a photo on what I decided on. Three piece 20" wheels, 9" front & 10.5" rear.