The paste is only there to protect the engine in the first few minutes of initial engine operation, after that all the "lube paste" is washed into the oil, which may give it higher molybdenum, however it's not really doing anything special at that point. There is no special oil that ford adds, just the usual recommended F150 diesel oil. Upon inspecting my oil filter on the first change, I found a number of small shavings of metal in there from manufacturing, so I was happy to drain that oil out sooner rather than later... molybdenum won't help you against that. But do what you're most comfortable with.You all do realize that the first engine oil fills on modern engines contain extra amounts of molybedieum to help break in the engine not to mention assembly paste and lubes used to help with engine break in as well. I would not change the oil till 5-6 thousand miles.