Not much to say about my 2019 for complaints.
The one thing I'm scared of is the Hvac system messing up. From what I've heard its an instant 2k bill. Im a bit mad that Ford seems to be turning their heads on this issue.
Catch cans are a total waste of money. If they did anything to make an engine last longer, every major car manufacturer would have them stock.
If you are truly that paranoid that your brand new engine needs a catch can, then look into walnut blasting your internals. That is an actual proven...
Why don't all major car manufactures have them?.... Ill wait. And don't tell me its cost savings, as their marketing team would spin up the commercial of "longer lasting" in a second if they did anything LOL
The "dreaded drip through" give me a break! Ive had mine for 3 years now, never has it seen the inside of a garage. It's been rained on, snow and hail countless times. Never once have I had an issue, nor the vast majority of users.
I do mine when the computer tells me im at 20%. Doing it every 3,000 miles is a waste of money. The operator's manual recommends 10k, so to be honest even every 5,000 miles should be much more than OK.