While much of that is true, I will say that the Coyote 5.0L TiVCT is no joke. Nearly 370rwhp from 302ci, with a smooth idle, flawless drivability and power delivery, spectacular emissions and near 30mpg capable fuel economy. That's something the old 5.0L OHV could never dream of matching. And yes, the cars are very mod sensitive, but also very responsive....not to mention can be fine tuned to the limit. Unlike our Fox's that pretty much need to ballpark it....and lets be honest here....are always plagued with some form of ECU gremlin no matter how much time it spends on the dyno. There are good and bad to everything. Our saving grace with the Fox body is the weight advantage of the car itself. As far as engine goes, that Coyote is pretty tough to compete with across the board. You might make a 302/351W variant as, or more powerful with enough parts and/or displacement, you might be able to tune a 302 to get Coyote like mileage and drivability if you're conservative enough with cam selection and fuel/spark tables.... you might even be able to choke one down enough that it keeps the smog police off your back. But the sad thing is....the Coyote does all of that and more, with the same engine!!! We might get one or two of those options with a Windsor, but have to take a bath on the others. Don't get me wrong....I love my Fox and have no plans on getting rid of it anytime soon, but I still bow to the superiority of the modern Mustang. If I could pick up a new Coyote powered S197 right now, for what I've got into my Fox, I'd probably have one sitting in the driveway as we speak. Yeah. I had mine balanced to 28oz and I gotta say...the crank looks much more stout. Heavy in the middle, instead of on the ends like the 50oz. Still....great deal for all. Right around $1,200 for the rotating assembly, billet flywheel and balancer. This was a CHP assembly.