At least we know that his insights on living with it are accurate.
To some, the idea of adding practicality to a Ferrari purely for the sake of actually making it more practical is a form of heresy. To these people, the FF is an especially worrying car. A transmission with an automatic mode, really excellent traction control that is indispensable in foul weather and even a "bumpy road" button, these things surely couldn't be in a Ferrari. But they are, along with a rear hatch in the back - and a V12 engine up front.
And Chris Harris is here to tell you that all of these things are superb, and that you should quit whining. He loves the FF, enough to have bought one of his own, and he might convince you too.