At least we know that Mopar and FCA has been good at keeping things under wraps until the months leading to the release. Better than being teased with it for years, releasing it, then having to wait a year.
But I'm definitely curious about how they'll do that, especially with the Gladiator. Wasn't sure about the proportions stock, but after seeing quite a few of them at the Overland Expo West with a lift and 37's/40's, they look awesome. And the fact that they tow 7k lbs, can offroad, and have a removable top... that's going to be a good contender for the midsize truck market. If I were in the market for a fullsize truck ever again, I'd even strongly consider one... kind of the best of all worlds.
But another note on the Overland world, surprised to see that overland is where the midsized trucks are. Tacoma owns that world, but there were a decent amount of Colorados (no ZR2's), and there were starting to be a few Rangers even. Surprisingly, in the fullsize world, Ram dominated the field. Not sure if I even saw a Silverado or Sierra there... probably goes along with being unable to fit a good offroad tire without going needlessly sky high... and being able to more easily modify the wheelwells if you wanted to cram 40's in.