Nope. Ford has made the 6.2L hard to buy since it only comes in limited configurations. It will be awhile before longevity of this stressed combination can be proven. Ford is bad about releasing engines without enough real world testing. Examples, 97-02 4.6L and 5.4L only had 4 threads holding the sparkplugs in the heads. Plug blowouts are quite common. They didn't add the extra 4 threads until the mid 03 model year. Then in 04, the new 3V 5.4L was released. The spark plug design was different but terrible. The plugs seized in the heads and broke off. They also had a big problem with the cam phasers the put the cam timing out of whack and made them sound like diesels. Took 2 years to fix this issue. Then there is the 6.0L Powerstroke that was a grenade waiting to go off. Took over 2 years to fix this issue. Time will tell what issues will show up on the Eco-Boost. I can guarantee, these will be very difficult and costly to work on down the road.
I have owned Fords for over 25yrs. I'm not a Ford hater. I own 3 Fords and 3 Dodges. No bias here, but Ford's track record with new engines is not very good in their trucks since the 90's.
Thanks to the EPA, there will probably never be a diesel in a 1/2 ton truck. They keep choking down the ones used in the 3/4ton + now. They could get a lot better mpg if the EPA didn't keep making them add more and more crap.
It's amazing that Dodge/Cummins is able to get 800lb/ft from the 6.7L HO coming soon.
The EPA wants us all to drive a Prius.