Good Evening Sir!
All of the previous comments are great comments. Please let me add a few items. 1 - Put some oil on the rubber ring on the oil filter before you screw on the filter. It will help you tighten the filter a little more. 2 - Fill the oil filter about half full before you put it on. This will cause the oil pressure to increase alot quicker; thus shorten the time it is without pressure. 3 - Once you are under the car, take a few minutes and look around. Look for what is bent, scraped, or otherwise looks bad. Remember, it's your car and you care, so look, make notes, etc. Have a flashlight or other light source ready to help you see better. 4 - Motorcraft filters are excellent. If for some reason you can't get a Motorcraft, K&N, Bosch, or Mobil 1 are very good substitutes. All of us have a favorite. Other than price, there is probably very little difference. I'm partial to K&N. You always need a backup. 5 - Look at the old oil after you get it out of the car. This is not a big for a new car, but as time goes by, it becomes more important. You are looking something hard, or metallic. I know guys that filter the old oil through a paper towel to see if anything is suspended in the fluid.
This sound like "OVERKILL" but it isn't. It could save you alot of money in the future. Remember your local Grease Monkey isn't looking for these items. That's why you must.
Fare Ye Well My Friend,