Mark Traverswrote a review of Thule Complete CrossRoad System on December 14, 2015
Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer
I've got these mounted on my car (2006 Toyota Rav4) and have used them on my wife's car as well (2005 Subaru Outback). These are a great option for cars with factory rails on the roof. They're easy to install and seem incredibly secure. I really like the fact that the wrench you need for the installation is built into the rack (it's attached to the inside of the end cap on the footing) - it's really nice to not have to keep track of small parts. Both of our cars came with factory installed cross bars, but the Thule system is way more secure, especially when you have heavier loads on the roof or a large roof box.
I haven't had a ton of issues with wind noise from these, but I typically have a roof box on them or don't have them installed on my car at all. The few times that I had these installed without the roof box, the wind noise was more noticeable but I was able to deal with it after moving the cross bars around a bit.