The claims you make are crazy. #1, and I pointed this out last time, Dodge has the worst GWVR in the industry. On the lowest package available, Dodge has an 8,650 gvwr, Chevy has a 9,500 gvwr, and Ford has a 9,900lb gvwr. With better models, Chevy goes up to 9,900 lbs and Dodge goes up to 9,000lbs with the diesel, but that only covers the extra weight of the diesel.
A 2012 Ram 2500 gas with 4.10 gears 4x4 has a tow rating of 13,800lbs and a payload rating of 2618lbs.
A 2012 Ford has a tow rating of 15,300lbs with 4.30 gears and 4x4 and a payload rating of 3790lbs. I can"t seem to find the #"s for Chevy, but what I have so far proves that your "3 tons more tow capacity" claim is pure crap.
You previously went on about how the Eco-boost isn"t a proven engine yet. Guess what? Neither is the 8-speed. We have yet to see what it can take, whether towing 10,000lbs is going to fry it or not. You keep forgetting the Raptor. It will do everything the PowerWagon will do. Only difference is Ford can do with a 1/2 ton what Dodge needs a 3/4 ton to do.