Full disclosure; I'm a Toyota guy. I have owned a LOT of them. My last was a 2012 Tundra Crew Cab 5.7 and I LOVED that truck. Then I bought the Wildcat Maxx 28RKX. Fully loaded I was within 600lbs of legal towing capacity and 100lbs of tongue weight. Flat ground, it towed like a champ but when I hit the mountains of Washington, it was straining and even though I could do the speed limit, I had no buffer. In the mountains it would average 6-8 mpg. With a small 26 gallon tank, range became a factor. Friends that are professional truck drivers pushed me to get a 3/4 ton diesel. I agonized over the decision. After a LOT of conversations and research I settled on the diesel 2015 RAM 2500 Laramie Limited Crew Cab 4X4 last January. I love the all black Longhorn interior, very classy. Sounds weird but I really like how "thick" the heated steering wheel is. It fits my big hands. The heated and ventilated seats are nice. It tows without breaking a sweat and range has vastly improved. This is a very nice truck and Ram (Don't call it Dodge) has really upped their game.
That said, it hasn't been without issues. First month one of the TPMS monitors went out. Recall on the monitors, they replaced all 4. Six weeks later, Check Engine light. Software update. Then 150 miles from home on Memorial Day weekend, batteries stopped charging. No service departments open and long story short, made it home on batteries alone. Turns out when manufactured, they hadn't fully connected the wire bundle to the alternator. It had backed itself off just enough to lose contact but still look like it was connected.
Even with all that, I'm growing to love this truck too. But if Toyota ever comes out with a 3/4 ton diesel.......