Yes, I really like my Maxx. The room inside is fantastic. I agree with your other post about how there could be more nooks-and-crannies storage, but I love not only the amount of room in the back seat, but the ease of entry/exit back there. The back doors are almost square, instead of being sharply curved to go around the wheel well.
Mine is a 2005 LS, which was actually better equipped than 2006 and later LTs since they changed nomenclature. Mine has power pedals and aluminum wheels, which were taken off of the LTs in 2006. The car is very quiet on the highway. Handling isn't as sharp as my previous car, an Intrigue, but the ride is considerably better. Yesterday, I replaced the lame Bridgstone Insignias that came on the car with Goodyear Assurance TripleTreds, and it is noticably more responsive to steering inputs. Should be MUCH better in wet and snow too.
This weekend, my wife and two daughters (14 and 11) are heading to Florida from Michigan, a 2500 mile round trip that previously we would have only considered taking our Suburban on. But with the room and comfort of the Maxx, the Suburban will be staying home. It will obviously be much tighter than the Suburban (we are notorious over-packers), but we will just have to pack better. I'm expecting upper 20's for mileage on this trip, with the car packed full and speeds in the upper 70's.
I get 21-22 in warmer months in my normal short-trip suburban-road type driving. So far, I've had the electric power steering replaced under warranty, and the warranty has been extended up to 70,000 miles on the steering.
I very much recommend the Maxx, and I wish they had continued the body style to the new 'Bu.