2013 will no doubt see the MFT. However, If MFT is going to look the same as the new SuperDuty module all tilted out like a teleprompter I'd have that **** ripped out before it left the delivery bay. Either make it look nice or I don't want it, no functionality could trump great aesthetics in my opinion. (that's why I'd never drive a minivan). That being said, I do quite like the layout and functionality of the MFT in my Focus, even if it is sluggish and unresponsive most of the time. It cleans up the dash nice and really makes it feel upscale. The new software reflash will hopefully bring it up to snuff. The Superduty MFT module makes me want to cry it's so ugly, maybe that's just because the dash design is from 2007, who knows. I would think Ford would be smarter than to release something as ugly and out of place as that.
I do quite like the Sony nav as it sits, however the idea of a touchscreen like the sony nav without having to pay $3k for nav really appeals to me. Just make it look good Ford. If I were to buy my truck again I'd be tempted to pay the 3k for the touchscreen and clean, upscale look.
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