I don't know, the owner's manual should specify exactly what you need and the amount. Notice the bottle has "MS-10111" on the label, that is the Mopar Spec, so if your O.M. says to use friction modifier meeting spec MS-10111, then yes, that looks about right.
The AMSOIL Website states to add Mopar TrakLock part number 4318060 to the axles with electronic limited slip differentials. So, it does look like it is correct, but I'd check the O.M.
I thought I saw a post about someone having noise and binding in the diffs of QDII and changing the fluid solved it.
The QDII diffs have clutch packs in them, so degraded fluid could very likely cause problems with them engaging/disengaging like they should.
The service schedule in the O.M. is pretty screwy, normal, the fluid lasts the life of the vehicle, severe it is too change it every 10k miles. So you've got to figure the way most people use their Commander, a good change schedule has to fall somewhere inbetween those extremes. I changed my the first time at 30k miles, used AMSOIL and planned to do subsequent changes at 60k mile intervals using the AMSOIL, which I'm overdue for a change now.
If you're towing heavy loads or doing some serious off roading, then yea, more often than 30k miles, more like the 10k recommended for severe duty schedule, would be more appropraite.