Can't disagree more with the visibility thing. I mean, yea, visibility is bad vs standing in the road. But great compared to... well in my rather extensive experience, everything. Everything has a high rear sight line now. The belt line is low, the seats are high, the window pillars are, on the contrary, small compared to any american car and most european cars.
Yes, its a jeep, it does handle for crap and the steering is so numb, its hard to remember to stay on the road. But, with the new wrangler, you don't have to adopt a lifestyle to drive one. If someone was to "accidentally" buy a jeep, they could live with it quite easily. though it would still help to be a "jeep guy".
One thing I've noticed since the popularity of jeeps skyrocketed with the JK-- With the jeep, you're not always in good company (read some of the more ignorant vulgar comments below or on the forums). Much like sports cars and motorcycles (harleys in particular), its easy to get lumped in with the jerk/moron crowd. People that put on a jeep/bike/car like a mask and try to live up to their perceptions of what that means.
Probably not even most of them, but there's a stupid loud minority that throws rocks into windshields, drags mud all over the road and puts lewd stickers all over their windows trying to insult people for being upset with their rude behavior. Please don't lump all in with them. I don't even have any tribal tattoos.