I am nearly completely convinced that using the Roamer's cab for the D15 and saying that the D25 and up were a different vehicle (refer to 1999-2016 Ford Superduty) would have been a better choice, but I don't think this is impossible to pull off. The issue is that it isn't bulbous enough for the 2000's, which may be fixable with some new body panels in the same way that the FCV has a set of body panels for the Vivace and a wider set for the Tograc. That chisled line definetly has to go. I'm no CaptainZoll when it comes to photoshop so my moc up ability is limited, but I think this would at least be passable. We already need an entire new front end for the facelift, the bed/tailgate and doors would be easy, but the challenge is then the cab. It isn't as reasonable to then have 2 variations for the single, extended, and crew cabs (+2 more if we want to include the Charro in this for some bizarre reason). Also, 2000's era accessories would help a lot. Insert the discussion we all had with the pre-facelift mirrors. The Roamer interior and a new bed would go a long way too. As for the configs, since there's no sign of that new UI I assume we will be seeing them use similar strategy as the previous D-Series facelift, just change out a couple of the existing configs to have the new parts. On the discussion of D-Series body work, I just want to put a reminder here: The D15 RS still doesn't have a body kit like the Roamer RS and GM RS do. She looks really out of place next to her 1990's factory supercharged cousins.