I finally got my Autotain dvd headrests from OnFair.com installed in my 2009 Cherokee and I could not be more pleased. Great kit. Quality is really good especially for the price of $285 a pair.
The package comes with 2 headrests, 2 wireless headphones, 2 remotes, 2 game Cd's and 2 game controllers along with 12mm and 14mm sleeve posts. The jeep uses the stock 10mm posts. It comes with a Game Cd with 2300 games. I have not tried many of the games out more than a few minutes initially, but most seem ok.
Video Screen: The image quality is really good, even coming from the REQ DVD player on my jeep. Each headrest now has 3 inputs so you can link the two headrest together, input from a in-dash DVD player and hook up a third input like a xbox/wii or something. The 9" screen looks huge watching it from 2'-3' away.
Color Match: The Black version is a very close match to the dark gray slate in my jeep. In normal daylight it matches almost un-noticable. Only in really bright light can you see some of the slate (bluish) show since the seats are shiny and the headrest is a duller finish. Unless you spend 2-3 times this for custom, I think the color is close enough. If you send them a email, they will send you out a little 1"x1" sample of the colors. Just tell them what you want. Black, Gray and Beige.
The headrest does tilt, but not as far forward as the stock headrest, so you do have to lean back more. Honestly, I rarely lean my head back anyways, even on long trips. Coming from a 2000 Cherokee sport to a 2009 Cherokee, its about the same as my old seats.
The DVD player seems pretty stable. I bounced it around over some pretty rough railroad tracks and it has not skipped yet. It does have a nice resume function. It plays the movie from the last place you stopped it even when you pull the movie out and put it back in.
I hard wired into the 12v constant cigarette lighter wires through the center console which was a breeze. I just ran the power wire back to a switch so I can turn power on/off to the headrest when needed. this way I figure my son can watch a movie without needing the keys in the ignition. I cut a RCA wire and used a 2 pin plug to pull the video feed from the REQ radio pins 5/6 back to the inputs for headrests. If you want more info, ask and I'll let you know how that worked.
If your looking for a reasonable priced headrest system, so far, these seem to be great. I did opt for the 1 year warranty for $30 to make sure I make it through a hot summer and a cold winter just in case.
FYI....Of course they come out with a full touch screen version a month after I order mine for around $350........UGHHH
Comparison between DVD headrest and the stock headrest. They are about 3" wider.
I love the security look of the zipped up cover. It makes the headrest look stock so would-be thieves may not see them. The zipper is pretty small to make it look like a seam, so I would watch younger children opening/closing it. There is a cover-less version as well for $10 cheaper.