Just looking at the 2nd Gen SRX it looks like it's afflicted by the same disease so many new GM vehicles, like the recent Camaro, are. No Headroom and very poor view out the back? Why does GM do that.. I think the vehicle would even look better if the roof was raised a couple inches and the back not slope so drastically. To me it looks like it was rolled and the top and back of the vehicle crushed. Does someone living with this vehicle and driving it daily also arrive at the same conclusion or does it just look much worse than it actually is? At least the first generation SRX had sufficient headroom and reasonably good view out the back. GM needs to realize that the Average American is not 5'5" tall and wants to see out the back of their vehicle and not stare at a camera to do that.