My Tundra was SO BAD i went and bought a FIAT!I definitely think you should get a Chevy 1/2 ton.
Chevy's mpg is not effected by oversized tires that are out of alignment or towing a heavy boat. Chevy fuel lines don't break when driving over piles of wood and if for some strange reason it does break 2 years out of warranty, a Chevy dealer will fix it promptly, honestly and inexpensively.
I probably would get a Chevy too, but for some strange reason, my alignment is fine, tires wear evenly and nothing under the truck has broken from piles of debris that came out of nowhere, even though I put a lot of miles on my truck, it's a DCLB full of tools and gear, weighs 3 ton, pulls heavy trailers, has been in and out of a construction site for the last 2 yrs and still averages 14.5 mpg year round for 4 yrs now. That average includes the towing and long cold winter warmups.
I must have gotten lucky and got a good one.
Guess I'll keep it.
Oh wait, no it wasn't. I kept it for five years of borderline abusing it, and I still sold it for over book value. And somehow, my 4x4 always worked...