Hello all. Been lurking here a long time but this is my first post. Really appreciate all the insight I've gotten here over the years. I just bought a 2012 Hyundai Elantra, my first new car since 1999, and I do most of my own maintenance. I've always used dino oils in the past but for the first time I'm planning to run this vehicle from birth on synthetic. Planning to do first change at 3k then 4k and eventually ramp up to 7500 miles or more, depending on how UOA looks at that point. After reading some UOAs here and looking at a lot of PDSs online, I had narrowed my choices to QSUD and PP. Since they had rebate deals going I actually went out and bought some of each, figuring I could use whatever I didn't use for my own car in my wife's van. I have always kind of been of the philosophy of picking an oil and sticking with it. Problem is, about the time my car is due for its first oil change will be when it turns butt-cold around these parts. I was thinking of just going to the dealer for this first one rather than freezing my butt off in my garage. It is also a Ford dealer and they use Motorcraft oils. My question is, since by most accounts here Motorcraft oils are really good, should I just go with them permanently so on the off occasion I do go to the dealer for service my car is always getting the same product? Or will it hurt anything if I'm switching back and forth between Motorcraft synthetic and QSUD and/or PP. Sorry, I got kind of long and wordy, but I'd appreciate some opinions. Thanks!