First the problems!
1) Sunroof rattles or makes a glass against metal sound over bumps. Had it fixed once, but it returned.
2) There is a sound like a marble rolling around behind the dash on occasion, so something is loose. Checked everywhere possible. So the dealer will be taking a look at both issues in a week.
Beyond those admittedly small issues, our Overland has been fantastic. Every feature on board works flawlessly (except voice input on Nav of course!) and the ride comfort and foul weather ability are outstanding. Driving back through 7-8 inches of snow on our very twisty hilly road, the Overland acted like it was on pavement and loss of traction was something I had to induce. And that was on the stock tires. Obviously icy or deep snow conditions would be best served by dedicated snow tires, but I'm impressed.
With the Hemi we sometimes average 18.5 MPG overall with 17 MPG on occasion. Most highway trips are better than 20 MPG. Those numbers are also based on tracking actual gas usage. On a drive to Ohio from NY and back we did 21.5 MPG. The power and refinement that the Hemi lends to the Overland package is not to be understated. My friend has the V6 Overland and make no mistake, it's busier and lacks grunt on the highway and hills. He works the V6 harder than I do the V8 and his MPG is only slightly better. New transmissions will change all of this I expect, but for now we're very happy with the Hemi.
The QL system has been very nice. I've only used it twice on back roads. Dropping the car to park height is useful at some drive threws!
Handling, as I've mentioned before, is much better than you'd expect from a 5300lb truck, but there is no escaping that weight and you must remember the laws of physics or else you can end up in a ditch. A powerful 4WD system won't help if you slide 2.5 tons the wrong way! Or as I said to my wife when she drove it in the snow: "Enjoy the traction and weight, but remember momentum can be your enemy in a big vehicle like this."
Outside of the two rattles I mentioned at the start, fit and finish impresses us and everyone who comes for a ride. The quietness is another item that impresses.
As someone who owns home speakers that cost thousands, I won't say that the Overland sound system is top notch. No stock system is. But it's also surprisingly good and the only reason to change it would be for the "hobby" factor.
Starting up on a cold morning from inside the house...the seats and wheel gets warm, the auto bright headlights work perfectly, and all of the little toys are more useful than we expected. Like any car, time will eventually takes it's toll and things will fail, but the honeymoon stage is going very nicely and we love this truck.
2012 Overland (DFG)
Chrome and summit grille