You beat me to it. The usual 4-6 whiners who won't admit that it's actually very attractive, as they don't want to look impetuous.
But the XT5 is a FWD vehicle and there's no hiding it. I'm not saying this is axiomatically bad, but the proportional possibilities of a RWD vehicle are definitely superior (in my opinion, anyway).
That said, the market doesn't seem to much care about this and they buy vehicles like the XT5 in large numbers, considerably larger than the RWD counterparts.
If Cadillac gets a larger, car-based crossover I hope it's built on a RWD Platform.