I love my Screw. There is so much more room for storage and groceries, plus it's nice for passengers. I went for 10 years with an Scab Ranger, and it was fine, but I won't go back to an Scab.
The downfall....I used to get out of driving to events because I only had room for one passenger.
6" BDS Lift, Fox Shocks, 35" Nitto Trail Grapplers on 18" KMC XD Spys, Westin Bull Bar w/ Rigid 20" LED bar, Magnaflow 1-into-2 out the back, K&N Cold Air Intake, Rugged Cover tri-fold, SCT X3 with 5-Star Tunes.
Build thread: http://www.f150forum.com/f6/02-super-crew-build-108367/
These results surprise me. Around where I live, it seems the vast majority of pickups are Screws, very few Scabs, and the only "regular cab" pickups I see anymore are older, pre-90's vintage trucks.
This thread/poll was started during the 2008 model year, that's why. These days screws are the majority which is reflected in 09+ truck sales. However, during 04-08 model years, scabs were a very popular choice. If you go back to older trucks then regular cabs were the big seller. It's just the evolution of the truck market/sales.
2010 Lariat Screw 4x4 - "little crazy, little sweet ain't nothing that can beat a little lady in a jacked up Ford" - "Girl in a Truck" Kevin Fowler