I got my truck used, but they look like the style Autozone/Advance sells. I had them on my dad's old '96 Ranger and NEVER had issues (manual windows). I have manual windows on my truck too, so not sure if they cause any excessive binding with power windows.
In other forums (my car forum), some people have had issues with in-trac rain guards with their power windows. It wore down the motor in the door due to the extra friction as the window pinched the seal. Also, when I worked at BMW, most customers that had the in-channel ones complained about 2 things: 1) They had to replace their window motors more often than what was normal, and 2) The cars have a "pinch" protection built into the motor so that little fingers can't get stuck in the window as it closes.....unfortunately, the tension the rainguard put in the track was enough to cause this "protection" to kick in and had windows fully opening as the customers were trying to close them. FUNNY to hear them on the phone as it was raining and their window kept opening up.....
2004 Ford Ranger 4x4 XLT.....4.0 V6....4.10 rear
2" torsion key crank
235/85/16 Goodyear Duratracs
Gibson exhaust (POR20 coated)