Excellent point - It highlights the maxim, "as fast as necessary, as slow as possible." Take this too fast and you're rubber side up; "tiptoe" through the weight transfer and you're likely going to be fine. Properly securing any load inside the vehicle is also essential as a shifting load will roll you over as well even if you appear to be within the vehicle's limits.This is an important photo and something I brought up in another thread a while back when I spoke of knowing your trail weight and center of gravity; notice the D5 has almost zero weight above the doors. Looks like a spare and some Jerry's up there which could be negated with a proper rear bumper (Hint Hint Lucky8; make us one!).
Point is, the vehicle is perfectly comfortable here and so should a well aware driver! However, the way I see some people load up there rigs for a trail; putting every piece of kit on the roof they can stuff up there, can create catastrophic results with a roll-over situation. Novice trail peeps see picts like this and do not understand their load-out determines what, where, and when they can/cannot use OEM performance specs.
Stay smart and frosty!