So I've been driving my 2013 5.0 for over a month now and it has been great. I did have the dealer perform the O-ring crankshaft sensor TSB but otherwise it's awesome. Some things I find interesting . . . - Before my purchase, I spent way too much time agonizing over my gear choice. The 3.31s are fast enough for what I do, first gear winds up in the blink of an eye, and I shift frequently as it is without a steeper gear. I may feel differently down the road, who knows. - The interior is way better than the motoring press would have us believe. Granted, I ended up with a 401A, but there's not much to criticize in my mind except for the shallow and nearly inaccessible door panel pockets, and unlike with my 2000 GT I won't be wanting to spend a small fortune on billet dress-up parts. One question I do have, though. With all this safety legislation these days, how is it that I am allowed to change the color of my gauges and footwell ambient lighting at 80 mph if I want to?? Not complaining, just sayin' . . . don't anybody tell Ralph Nader . . . - Is it possible that I am getting better gas mileage at 75 mph than at 60-65? Time will tell, but that seems to be my pattern so far. Not that I bought this car for the mileage (or that I can really tell where the needle is on the speedometer graphics; some things from the '60s are best left in the '60s). - I thought the MT82 transmission was notchy and missed third a few times under moderate acceleration until I figured out that the trick for me is to not hunt for the gear. All I do is push the lever gently forward and it clicks in beautifully more or less on its own. Once I got over the initial learning curve it was great. What an awesome car.