His explanation was accurate of the ignition recall. There is nothing actually "wrong" with the ignition switch, people just bump it with their knee somehow (although my 6'3" legs are no where close) and can't figure out that the power brakes and manual steering still works. This recall is a waste of time, and not something I'm taking my XK in for when a fix becomes available. I have better things to do with my time then sit in a dealer service waiting room for three hours while they change something that's never going to affect me. Likely it's going to be a different ignition switch that has a push-in to turn off or something.
Why such anger towards Chrysler? Plenty of cars have clog-prone sunroof drains. They aren't that tough to clear and it's not something that can't be partially avoided by parking under less trees and such. I've personally never had a problem with it. As far as "other issues," the WK/XK platform has less glaring issues than a lot of other cars I know, and the fact is you're in a used car market with a platform that has been out of production for 5+ years. Any recalls and changes done at this point are most likely going to safety related and driven by serious accidents. The story is the same for any brand.