My whole family can stand on my tailgate.... But then, I did add 2 pieces of angle iron to it so........
Seriously though, there's something I've always wondered. You have to open the back window and fold the seats down to use the full bed right? So that means the cab is open to the elements right? So snow and ran can get in if you run to Home Depot on a day like that. Or if it's 25F outside, you freeze trying to use the whole bed.
I suppose you can make sure you only open up the back on clear, warm, sunny days, but then what's the point? It's like having a Corvette you only drive on the second tuesday in June if it's 80F+ outside. It's not a truck that can be used whenever and where ever you need regardless of the weather. I guess with the crappy weather and rapid changes here in NY I always thought that was a stupid idea. (So I don't like the Avalanche or Toyota's ABAT thing.)
One of the cooler things about the bed (besides the recessed lighting in the bedsides that was STOCK) was that it came with a tonnue cover. It slid on like our bed rail system and was 3 pieces. Lock the tailgate and you have a 100% secure bed. Toyota should do something like that on the Taco or Tundra.