Half of the people here would agree with you. The other half would find a reason to say that it's not a "real" Mustang and proceed to tell you how glad they are they've got an 11-14 and how they'll never get rid of it because its the last of the "real" Mustangs.
Well I currently have a 67 so I hope they don't change the 15 too much because I think this model looks the most original.
1967 Sport Sprint 200, 3 speed standard, Midnight Blue, June 7. No A/C, manual steering and drum brakes. Added dual exhaust and front disc brakes.