Ability to haul 5 people comfortably: Ram > Silverado. Chevy seats were very hard and not the most comfortable. Ram seats were more supportive with softer leather.
Value for money: Ram > Silverado. Could not get near the equipment in the Chevy as could be had for the same money on the Ram. The heavily-discounted 2018 Silverado LT offered at $36k had a $47k sticker, but no heated seats or wheel, upgraded infotainment, parking sensors, etc. Not even remote start, like my 2006 Impala SS. The Ram had all of these things.
Ride quality: Ram > Silverado. I know it's cliche, but the Ram truly does ride like a passenger car. Chevy wasn't bad, just not as good as the Ram.
Reliability: Silverado > Ram. Did a ton of research on this, all of which was taken with a grain salt. Truth is, it's just impossible to know from one car to the next.
Performance: Ram > Silverado. 5.7 in the Ram was much more stout than the 5.3 in the Chevy and delivered its power much more smoothly. The 5.3 in the 2018 Silvy felt especially strained. Unfortunately, the 6.2 was not available in a vehicle in the price point we were trying to hit, so it wasn't an option. And I've always loved the LS/LT series over engines.
Interior design/layout: Ram > Silverado. This wasn't even close. That plastic wall of a dash in the Chevy is the worst thing I've seen since our '98 Grand Prix GTP. I don't know how anyone would think THIS looks good, but taste is subjective.
Storage/Convenience: Ram > Silverado. Ram has a ton of in-cab storage standard, as well as a nifty fold-out floor under the rear seats. Add in all of the bins and pockets compared to the sparse accommodations in the Chevy, this wasn't close either.
Exterior Design: Silverado > Ram. I prefer the look of both Chevrolets that we tested, but I don't think Ram is terrible.
At the end of the day, discussion between my wife was this: Did the POTENTIAL better reliability in favor of the Silverado outweigh all of the other factors going against it in our eyes? And that answer was no. Easily.
Now, if our criteria had been for a mission-critical work truck, then perhaps our final choice would have been different, but in our situation, the Silverado simply couldn't compare.
I'm sure you value things differently, and that's cool, but you need to understand that, just because it wears a bowtie doesn't mean it's the best choice for everyone.