Notice the inter roll cage on the Hot Tub Photo - this was one of those camos with huge boxey camo top - it did a strip tease as it got hot in Moab if you follow the pictures - probably an early might-roll-over tester, they didn't want fiberglass explosion.
TAN is the color they need for the desert and wooded areas - the gray is good around oil operations.
TAN interior also goes well with a sparkle-free Parks Department Green exterior (as does Ford Blue interior), which is a great camping color and is past due for a comeback.
Murphy's Oil Soap has a great Tack Room Leather smell - it soaks in to leather and sofens it, but it is great on vinyl (most leather seats are half vinyl) too. It is a mild soap so if you don't clean it all off it doesn't bother washable clothing. I put too much on in Corvette Convertible, and...
If the bolt pattern matches the F-150's, and you are good selling on web-sites (I wish I was), going SAS and then down-grading wheel/tire package could be a very good move - get the great mechanicals for half price, or less. Check out the prices on Rubicon and Raptor tire/wheel take-offs.
Time will tell, but given the fact that this is occurring during a Bio-weapon attack from Communist China - uncharted territory - my guess is this roll-out could become a (mostly positive in the end) Case Study in all the best MDA programs for years to come.
And don't forget that the SAS and Badlands upgrade shocks and springs will be all over resale sites as the multitudes lift these beauties at the 100 mile mark. Jeep is offering the full time 4wd transfer case as an option for '21 for around $700., hopefully it will be stand alone on Ford Build...