We don't know how this works. NHTSA gave two contradictory explanations. One implies it just reduces power overall. The other says that when temperatures rise to a critical point in the clutch assembly, the power will be reduced. (I could live with the second one.) So one of the two, at least, will not be accurate. But we really have heard nothing from FCA, but only from federal government bureaucrats and both NHTSA documents might just be wrong.Yeah I get a recall, things happen, but reducing power as a fix is utter BS. This is my first Jeep, if this is how FCA does business might be my last.
I'd advise waiting until we hear directly from the folks who are creating the remedy before getting too worked up. I got all worked up until I thought about the source. Not worth it.
In the meantime, I'm going to drive and enjoy my Jeep and cross bridges when I get to them. Less stress that way.