Despite its size and ride height, seeing out of the 2007 Chevrolet Silverado is surprisingly easy. That's due in part to the large side mirrors, but the expansive greenhouse and fairly narrow rear pillars do their part, too. With mirrors properly adjusted, small cars stand little chance of getting lost from view when merging, and the tall rear window affords a good look at what's going on behind you; small outboard headrests have no ill effects on visibility. Off-road, one's perspective changes, and that long hood, which is actually raised in the center, makes it very difficult to see where you're going when cresting hills. On more than one occasion, we were forced to stick our heads out the side window for guidance.