Its a game of give and take. Low center of gravity point due to the engine design - tall ride height ie the off road suspension - soft sprung suspension to make off road use comfortable vs rattling your fillings out of your head. Generally contributes to a vehicle that can be rolled over easier than a lower slung car with a lighter built roof.Glad to hear no major injuries occurred. I've seen a few rolled over Outbacks, and I'm always surprised at the integrity of their roofs in these circumstances. On the other hand, perhaps all that structural integrity up there also makes for a lot of mass up high and therefore a higher center of gravity.