OK, here are my thoughts on the show in general. Pro: • Custom fit bumpers. Love it. If I had the means and know-how, I would definately do this to mine. • Smoothed front valance. Who needs a front license plate, right? • Shelby hood. Nothing custom about it, but I liked it enough that I have one myself. • Shaved antenna. Again, I liked that touch enough to do myself as well. • Interior. There were some cool things going on with the door panels. • G force T-5. I want one. Period. • Custom scallop in place of the stock roof vents. Though this is one of my (if not the most) favorite aspects of a fastback, their custom version looks cool. Con: • Custom scallop in place of the stock roof vents. I know Troy (of RadRides by Troy) and Foose are buddies. I wonder how he feels about Chip swiping one of the most distinguishing custom touches of the Fast Forward Fastback? • In general, they didn't spend nearly enough time actually showing the finished product. What was going on with the weird custom stereo stuff behind the rear seat? I couldn't tell you because they barely showed it. • LeMans stripes. C'mon Chip. The guy didn't even have any Shelby aspirations. You just threw in the towel early on the design buddy. By far the least time/energy spent on a design of any of the overhaulin episodes. • Original fastback used as the car for this episode. There goes any chance in H-E-double hockeysticks of my car ever making the show. • Crate engine. No supercharger? How's about an EFI swap? Oh well, I guess a swap from 200ci to 347ci ain't so bad. Overall, I loved the show, but I'm a sucker for mustang exposure and this show in particular. I just wish Foose had consulted me on some of the details.