Like many others my sunroof seemed to be slightly misaligned from the factory. In my case the glass stuck up above the body by about 1/8" at both front edge corners. Originally I was only worried about fixing it so that visually it sat nice and flush wth the roof but in the end there actually was a slight reduction of sound in the cabin as well - Bonus considering my adjustment was very minimal.
Note this is for the standard sunroof but I imagine the pano roof is a similar design.
Anyways the only tools that you will need are:
1/4" drive ratchet
1/4" extension (I used an 8")
T25 Torx Socket
The first step is to remove the top edge of the black acordian piece as shown below. This is a simple pressure fit seal so removal and re-installtion is very easy. Simply start at either end and with your finger pull inwards and the piece will pop free on the top edge.
You should now be staring at something similar to the pic below:
Next using the Ratchet and Torx bit loosen off the three screws circled in red - I only backed them off a few turns and it worked just fine. Once the glass is moveable I then positioned the ratched back on the screw but then jumped out so that I could tighten it while looking at the alignment from the outside. Simply get it nice and flush, re-tighten the three bolts and then replace the acordian trim by slipping it back over the metal lip.
Thats it! Now have a cold one and enjoy your correctly aligned sunroof (and quiet cabin)