Hi, y'all! Been a member for a bit and just lurking and reading, but finally have a question. I've tried using the "Search" function for about 15 minutes to find some information, but I guess I just haven't been using this forum enough to know what I am doing. I drive a 2016 F-150 4x4 with the 5.0. I purchased it just shy of 2 years ago with a little over 49,000 miles on it (has 84,500 miles now). I am unsure of what the previous owner ran (FS, Blend, etc). So, the first thing I did after I purchased was an oil change and put what I wanted in it, which was Amsoil SS 5W20. I have been going about 9,500 miles before an oil change and I drive 18,000- 20,000 miles a year. So, I average 2 oil changes a year. Oil consumption is minimal as I think I have only ever had to add oil once and was close to time to change the oil. I ran Amsoil SS 5W20 every oil change until my last one because I have gotten tired of paying so much for oil. I know it's only twice a year, but paying double is just no fun anymore. I switched to Motorcraft Full Synthetic 5W20 after finding a good deal on it on RockAuto (believe I read that ConocoPhilips makes it) and have about 3,000 miles on it so far. After hitting my local WM and picking out some oil for my wife's 2013 Equinox / 2.4L (Valvoline FS HM 5W30), it got me thinking, should I have switched to a HM formulation? I know my truck isn't old, but it does fall in the 75K+ range that the HM oils are advertised towards. Really like the qualities/benefits the Valvoline FS HM touts, too. Those who have always run a FS, do you switch to HM formulations when you hit the "HM qualifications"? Am I best to just stick to what I am doing since I don't have any leaks and my truck is barely 3 years old? Any HM formulations to stay away from? I'd appreciate any advice on the topic! Thanks in advance!