Well after changing the oil (7 full quarts as specified) and running around doing errands after the fact, I came home, parked it in the garage and then mowed the lawn. 1 hour later I check the level and it reads a little below where it was reading with the factory fill. Now it sits between the full mark and the hump. I have noted where it is and will know from now on that this is where it is supposed to be when full. With the factory oil hot, it had a good long drain so I know there wasn't much of anything left in the engine when it was sealed back up and re-filled.
The funny thing is that out of all the chrysler products that I have owned over the years, this Ram and the JK are the only vehicles that I have had do this with the dipstick. Even my wifes 2011 avenger reads right at full with it's required 6 quarts after a change. Of course with the 3.6l you check it while the oil is hot and after you shut it off, I had to get used to that one. Gotta love the accuracy of factory dipsticks.
Oh well, things could be worse. I love this truck and it's little quirks. MOPAR ALL THE WAY!