These windows are glued in with polyurethane, a flexible and permanent bond, there are no mounts, only alignment pins. There is no frame to get jammed up with.
Fitment of the glass in the hole cannot break it after the fact with tempered glass, it will break right away.
A defective piece of glass will usually break very shortly after installation and before you would even have purchased it.
Flex is not an issue as I can take your door glass lie it on the floor and stand on it with it flexing toward the ground without it breaking.
You usually cannot detect where the initial impact of a tempered piece of glass was as it violently fractures due to the potential energies stored inside of it being turned kinetic. You will not find anything inside the car as if it had enough inertia to go through the glass (a bullet) it would have kept going through something else.
You might be suprised how many things there are out there than can break a window, but thermal shock is not one of them unless you are using boiling water on a frozen window or liquid nitrogen on a window in Phoenix AZ in a Walmart parking lot on a 100 degree day...
The most common things for glass breakage are stones. The stones can be flicked from a lawn mower, weed whacker, passing car, or even dropped from a bird who thought it was a shell. They will always deflect after impact and you will never find them in the car.
Glass can get chipped and not break right away, even tempered glass, but when it does break, it is because of the chip.
All this to say, possibly a few windows have gone bad, as they do on any car from any brand, but most, if not all, of your glass breakage problems were caused by external forces (bb's, rocks, etc.), and are subject to coverage by your insurance company, not the warranty.
I do auto glass for a living and have yet to have had someone show me evidence that any of what I have said is wrong...
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