After looking at some of the window stickers of the EB premium at 35k, if its performance you want get a base GT for less or a GT premium for 37k. As mentioned the EB is not going to net you any savings. Premium fuel, added maintenance, good chance you will be in boost a lot, 35k expense. Then there is Ford past history of fudging mpg numbers. From a well equipped price point perspective I am not all that impressed with the EB4 either over the GT and lets face it, Ford is purposely doing in the v6.
GT is looking better and better but its the GT350 running around the ring is what has caught my eye as well. I'll be back in the market in 3 years, perhaps ford will have released some meaningful data on the GT350 by then and get me back in a mustang.
15 F22 M235i, JB4 Stage II, Cat delete, CAI
12 GT Prem 5.0 (Sold)