I have had the same question and through experience have found that the pinch welds at the stock jacking locations are good as they keep the jack out of your way. The front control arms are good points to get the car raised so you can put jack stands under the pinch welds, but don't depend on them alone. The front subframe center below the motor mount is a good place to get the whole front up at one time. The center of the rear subframe is a good point to get the rear up at one time. A couple low profile aluminum floor jacks are invaluable. A set of ramps that you can slip under the tires after jacking up the front or rear helps to speed things up if you're not going to pull the wheels. I'd love to have a lift in my garage, jacking the car up and getting it supported safely can take a while. You don't want to be under the car if it somehow falls off the stands, your head would probably crack like an eggshell. Never depend on one jack or stand to keep the car from crushing you if it falls. I use the hydraulic jack as a backup and then a ramp or spare tire/wheel as a failsafe.