I couldn’t disagree more, but I really don’t have the energy or focus to talk about this point by point, so agree to disagreeI take the completely opposite view. In fact, there are many products I love (including my other car and motorcycle) where I don't see issues that people who drive hundreds of vehicles for a living do.
My winter "beater" is the 2013 Audi A6 3.0T. The biggest criticism reviewers had of that car? The "disconnected and numb steering". The number of times I had that complaint on my own: zero!
I am not jumping from a Ferrari to an Aston Martin to M5 competition every other day. I have 2-3 vehicles that I drive for long periods of time. I enjoy learning about their quirks and that's what makes it fun. No car is "perfect".
Many people who drove the Mustang actually found the steering to be an improvement. That's not to say "everyone" should find it better, but that's because people are looking for different things.
As far as Thomas' comment about the steering, I can say with full confidence that there are a tiny fraction of people who'll push the GT to the limit where they'll notice it. It seems like Thomas is one of them. You might be too, but if you were then you likely already had the deposit down on a Dark Horse or own a Mach-1 because the GT isn't designed for you. IT's designed for casual enthusiasts who ocassionally take it to canyons and rarely on the track (if ever) where their skill is no where close to pushing the car to its limits.