I have mixed feelings.
First on the ventilation. I love this style window because the upper portion is unobstructed, and the lower portions can be opened varying amounts, during rain/snow/wind etc and it's reasonably private and secure still. Yes the passenger side on the slider only has one opening panel. I don't see a window that would get you much more ventilation unless you install a domestic/seitz style acrylic window. Im not interested in having such a small opening that someone from outside could simply lift wide open. The CR Lawrence still provide plenty of ventilation, and should be great with a roof fan ejecting hot air and pulling fresh air from the side.
Fit isn't great. It isn't as simple as "cut inside the lines of the interior body panel. It required a lot of extra trimming and grinding. I got them in a little snug the first time and they were noisy as hell. I had to cut them out wider before they were finally quiet.
You probably seen that looking out from the inside, they seem a lot smaller than the outside does.
At the end of the day, yes I would still install them again for my layout and usage. The kids need to see out, I need to have windows open when it's wet and windy.
View looking outward.
by Brian Wilson
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A simple "shortcut" style CR Lawrence would be much easier to install. It would be smaller and just clamp to a single outer panel of sheet metal.