HEY MAN IM in Atlanta also...! we should meet up!!! I live in the bulkhead area..
He on go non Facebook and check out the gwinett car meets page every other Thursday there is a huge tuner meet on brook hollow parkway its about 300 cars deep.. I am the on FUSPO that goes you should come out so we can start a group lol
Thanks for the warm welcome. It does have more on it than I would have ordered, but it had what I had to have and there weren't many around at the dealers. I'm not sure I would have ordered the magnetic based on Ford's website photos, but in person it looks really nice with the metallic flakes in the paint.
I am a little disappointed in the wind buffeting driving with the windows down, wasn't something I tested as it was cold the day I test drove it. Probably wouldn't have kept me from getting it, but it is surprising. I've owned a lot of cars and have never experienced such buffeting before. I'm guessing it is because the interior B pillar is so thick. Does this bother any of you?
I just crack some of the other windows. (I don't remember which ones work best, trial and error.) The buffeting goes away. It's also very speed dependent. Our 2015 Edge has the same issue. Also, the moonroof has two positions. One is more prone to noise/buffet.
Opening and Closing the Moonroof
Touch (A) to open the moonroof. It will
stop short of the fully opened position.
Note: This position helps to reduce wind
noise or rumbling which may happen with
the moonroof fully open. Touch (A) again
to fully open the moonroof.
Touch (C) to close the moonroof.
I agree with the thought of driving with the windows down. It is generally not a great experience. You can fix some of it by lowering other windows too, but it doesn't go away completely. The good thing for me is I rarely ever put my windows down unless I am cruising through town which is low speed and nothing to really be worried about with the noise. Most of the time I am on the highway at 80 mph, so I don't have the windows down then.