I've been doing a few projects on my own for my 2016 Ram 3500 in preparation for receiving my XP V1 and just finished up the steps last week. So far they are very cool and certainly useful considering the height of the truck. They tuck up under the truck farther than I expected which should keep them out of the way of rocks off road. Potential downsides are that the motors are not sealed so deep water crossings are risky, and they are pricey.
I did want to pass along one tip for anybody doing this themselves (the directions claim it to be a difficulty of 4/4 but that is far from true). I had interference with the pinch welds on both steps when I first activated them, getting one of them stuck in the up position. I figured some grinding was needed and in preparation for that removed the motors so I could get the steps back off. It was much easier to see the interference while moving the steps by hand and I quickly found that bouncing up and down on the steps a few times got them to a spot with no interference. Therefore no grinding - hooray! The directions do say to step on them once installed (which I had done), but they needed more than that in my case.