I bought one of these; I've always put stubbies on my vehicles that have an antenna. Nice and short, very well made.
I'd also go as far as to say that the person driving the CT wasn't as familiar with this type of off-road driving. Traction control systems are one thing, knowing how to feather your throttle/brake on this sort of terrain is also crucial.
Do what I did: order the accessories weeks ahead of time and have them sitting in your garage reminding you that you don't have the truck yet. :D At least I got to install mine already...but those boxes were mean just sitting there... :D
I got the WeatherTech liner and am very happy with it. The stuff I have in the bed doesn't slide around (unless I really put my foot into the throttle) and I like that it's more of a "tray" style with sides to keep stuff from getting underneath.
New owner myself. I had a 220 NEMA 14-50 outlet put in the garage near the driver's side quarter panel (conveniently, right next to my electrical panel) and use the mobile charger. Works fine. I just plug in at the end of the day (like I do my phone) and charge overnight. Install was cheap and...
See, I thought the price was high, but then I've been looking at equivalently-sized Airstream trailers, and they're in the same ballpark...but without the tech. Luxury item, for sure. But I'm really intrigued...and given the power train and other features, I'm thinking this might be in my future...
Doesn't look like this has been mentioned anywhere yet, saw the info a couple weeks ago.
Similar to the Lightship L1, but with some more autonomous/remote features. I'll be very curious to see where this goes.