I have laid the seats all the way back and it is nice the Ram seats go all the way down. Still not the most comfortable however because (its been awhile since I have checked it out) the bottom seat portion does not level out with the backrest completely like it does in the F150. Also, I believe your legs still hang off the edge? Is that the same on the F150 or do your legs have a platform?Speaking of the lie flat seats - has anyone laid their Ram seats back all the way? In my Limited they already are lie flat. You have to flip up the back seats to get all the way down but that's a sleeper in my book.
I know not everyone likes the dial shifter but it seams like it would have allowed for a much simpler design with that table and you could let it down if you just want to move the truck. I know Ford has the dial sifter in the Expedition already.A swing and a miss if they were trying to out-do Ram's interior.
The blue interior was a short-term (2019) failure (although it would have looked good with a Blue Jeans exterior). The Limited was quickly refreshed for the 2020 MY to a light tan “Camelback” theme that has wider appeal.After looking at the Ford website it appears they still have the problem of only offering one interior color on the King Ranch, Platinum, and Limited. I think one reason you see so few F-150 Limited's now is due to the blue interior and they've kept that for the '21 with very light seating surfaces.
Ram's options for interior colors in the higher trims is still a major point for many.
This along with the lack of 15.5" screen is the biggest disappointment.I know not everyone likes the dial shifter but it seams like it would have allowed for a much simpler design with that table and you could let it down if you just want to move the truck. I know Ford has the dial sifter in the Expedition already.