It's okay, but that's about it. My biggest beef is the price. Originally, it was a $1495 option, but now it's up to $1795. That's pretty salty for what you get. And I would imagine it doesn't help with fuel economy, either, since it's surely heavier than a steel roof. And it does sit back quite a bit, as well, to keep the array of power control buttons/courtesy lights in the header.
But, then, you do get the benefit of dual seat DVD screens instead of the solitary, roof drop-down screen. That, alone, could be a major plus for second row passengers who want to watch their own, individual videos.
Frankily, I wish FCA had went the route of the third generation Prius and incorporated a solar panel into the roof which powered an exhaust fan to cool the interior down a bit so the A/C didn't have to work so hard on initial start-up on hot days. For what they want for the big sunroof, it sure would have been nice. It's kind of like the omission of power folding mirrors; really kind of tacky to not have it on the highest trim models (at least for the '17-'18 years).
It's worth noting that the Prius' solar panel sunroof was only available through that one model cycle and is no longer an option.
'18 PacHy Ltd, red/alloy, 18" whls, roof, AST