Is the 2005 antenna (for the radio) powered or not? Either way, why does Ford insist on using "visible" antennas. The technology has been out for a while to remove them completely and instead, have the antenna built into the rear glass. I have a 2002 RSX and one of the neatest features that makes it look extra clean is the lack of a visible antenna. That antenna will not break, get loose, get stolen, become annoying to look at, etc. I don't even know exactly where it's at, but the manual tells me it is located in the rear glass. Radio reception is better than my current stang and I didn't pay gobs of extra money on a fancy luxury car to get such a logical feature. Lots of other newer cars have the invisible antenna feature, too. I know, I know, who cares about the antenna, but come on, it is the little things that can make a big difference. In terms of a cleaner look, what a simple change that would make all new stangers take notice. Who wouldn't praise Ford a little for a change to an invisible radio antenna? I'm not complaining so much as I am a bit confused to see it on the 2005 GT and V6.