I hear you on adjusting your mirrors correctly. I have mine adjusted on my current vehicle such that I don't have a blind spot and much prefer it that way.
One of the problems with what the dealers order and have on the lots is that none of them have the tow mirrors they all have the smaller mirrors.
As I stated above I'm beginning to debate the value of getting a large discount with compromises verses getting what I want. I'm starting to think I may be happier in the long run paying a little more to get what I want.
Another option would be to find what you want on the lot, and then work it into your deal to have the dealer swap out the regular mirrors for the trailer tow mirrors as part of your purchase paperwork. The swap out can be done, it is pretty costly to have it done after the sale, but I would think you could negotiate it into the sale paperwork at a lower cost if they want to move the truck off the lot, that way you get your $11K+ discount off MSRP minus whatever ~$2K that they want to swap out the mirrors for you. Taking this approach should save you thousands over a custom order and also get you on the road in the new rig faster. I would try to have them complete the mirror swap before I drove it home, but I also would be willing to accept an I-O-U for the swap out once they received the mirrors in.
Take a look at this thread also --> https://www.dieself150forum.com/foru...-find-set.html
has posted a link to some pricing on these mirrors. You could use that pricing as leverage with the dealer in the negotiation for swapping out the mirrors as part of the sale transaction on the truck.
When I was in my test driving phase, I absolutely came to hate the regular mirrors as they were much smaller viewing area than I had on my 2010 KR regular mirrors. Once I did a test drive in a truck with the trailer tow mirrors I knew right then that I had to have those mirrors on my new truck. And, the Ford F150 trailer tow mirrors look nice to me, unlike trailer tow mirrors on the Ram trucks that look like big moose antlers on the side of those trucks (as far as I know those don't power fold or power extend either).
I power fold in my trailer tow mirrors every time I park my truck. I think there may be a FORScan mod for that, but I just do it manually as it is just a couple button pushes.
I tow a Ranger boat behind my truck in the summer, but even if I was a guy that never towed anything I would still want the trailer tow mirrors for the increased viewing area they provide over the regular mirrors.