I had to see if things were the same so I went back to my local rural Ford Dealer's Quick Lane and asked to have my oil/filter changed. I was in luck, no line and I was rolled right in, once again I had my 5-quart Mobil 1 full synthetic and Motorcraft filter with me. Same guy checked me in and because it was slow he listened to what I wanted; don't mess with my air pressure in my tires, don't look at my air cleaner (K&N), check my belly pan for eCVT leaks and only put in 4-1/2 quarts of Mobil 1 oil - this instantly was conveyed to the pit crew.
Feeling like things were under control I walked over to the new cars and sat in a 2015 Edge Sport with the new 2.7l V-6 EB (next car research), then hurried back. I was just in time to catch the pit crew pouring in the oil and I reminded them that no matter what they see on the dipstick DO NOT put in more than 4.5 quarts of oil, of course they told me they don't have a way to measure it - just like last time. I had them hand me the 5-qt jug of oil and looked at how much they'd used and told'em that was enough, I can always add some later but too much is too much, they agreed.
I asked about the eCVT leaking and the one senior guy said it looked fine but whoever put the last oil filter on didn't tighten it enough, there was a bit of leakage from there but he'd wiped it up real clean. I love these guys. That was when I told him he did the last oil/filter change, what a funny look he got on his face. I thanked him for wiping it clean. BTW, they like the Redline hood struts.
This was a better experience, only 25 minutes, only one oil change and the underside of the car was all wiped clean, all for $18 plus my oil/filter costs at Walmart.
One more note, I have 43k miles on my FFH and have changed the oil more often than recommended, this was the 6th time. This was also the longest I've let it go, 10,400 miles (yes, I had to reset the oil reminder on the way home from this last trip, put it at 10%). At no time in 43k miles has the Atkinson engine used enough oil to take the oil level below the full mark on the dipstick - it does not use oil. I think that is fantastic.