I got the AVS in channel and they look great. They were a bit of a pain to install, and I was a bit of an idiot. On the drivers side front, I didnt realize where exactly I had to seperate the mirror to put the tab in, but by the passenger side, I had it figured out. I cut the tab off the driver's side mirror mounting point, and it fit fine in the channel still and has held steady.
The rear passenger window didn't stay flush to the seal right after installation, so when I put the window up, it hit the plastic and created a bump in the visor that prevented the window from closing without me pushing on the visor. I notified AVS and they sent me another full set in a couple days. I sanded the piece of plastic down that was causing the issue (it is in the seal area and not visible) and they work great now. I also have a complete spare set in the event anything happens.
I have been through car washes, had the windows down for a few hours at 75mph, and had zero issues with them staying in place.
I put a set of AVS in channel visors on my wifes 05 Grand Cherokee and those were so much easier and faster to install than the Ram.
I'm fairly certain if I would have slowed down a bit and paid closer attention, I would have had zero issues. I would buy them again, especially since I got a brand new set when I created the issues.