Thought I'd revive this thread as I've hit my "10 days" now.
I'll make it plain ... I LOVE MY SUMMIT!
I love the handling, I love the layout of the controls, I love the keyless entry, I love the HVAC, I love the interior lighting at night - just right!
I love the look of the Rugged Brown with the Saddle interior and I'm really glad I have the 18" polished wheels with the Michelin LTX A/T2s. The tires seem to enhance that "rugged" look.
The Uconnect worked just fine with my iPhone 4 and I've also been able to stream audio over Bluetooth. I really haven't tried enough controls and options yet to make more insightful comments.
So please understand that any nitpicks below are just that.
I've not been able to drive it a lot, and so there are many features that I have yet to try or set up - But it's been 10 days and that's what this thread is about... impressions after 10 days.
One thing that I had worried about - whether or not I would like the partial-wood steering wheel - has turned out to be a non-issue. I've quickly become accustomed to the transition area between the wood and leather and actually use it to help with proper hand orientation.
I had fairly low expectations for the Nav system and so I haven't been disappointed. I tried it last night - gave it my home address - and it confidently guided me to my neighbors house, some 200 yds away. LOL!
Google maps is much better.
I like the side radar and lane change warnings a lot; however there is one area where it seems to glitch and that is when turning right or left at an intersection where there are two turning lanes and there is traffic next to me, also turning. Understandable ... I'm not sure how the electronics could differentiate unless it talked to the NAV system and realized I was at that type of intersection.
Kvetch: The green "headlights on" indicator is WAY too noticeable and distracting (YMMV). I'm going to fix that with a dab of black electrical tape.
Interestingly enough, there are a few little things where it falls short of my older '98 JGC:
1) My 98 did have a V8 whereas I got the V6 this time around - I occasionally notice the loss of low-end torque, although I didn't really need it. Obviously I could have ordered the Hemi, so this was my choice, not a design issue.
2) My 98 does have a true full-size spare
3) The 98 hood line is such that there is better close up visibility when approaching objects while parking.
Maybe after 30 days I will have tried a lot more of the features and will have more good (and hopefully little bad) to say.