I think some of you have been smokin' crack . . .
There is no way the 5.0 will put out more torque than the 6.2. Anyone who believes that is insane. Although I agree Ford's torque curve overlays are not scaled properly, I am sure the numbers are pretty close and the 6.2 kills the 5.0. Yeah you can tune both engines but I call BS on any tuner that can get the 5.0 to out torque the 6.2. RPM's make horsepower, cubes (generally speaking) make torque.
Also, my 2000 F-150, the last F-150 I had and the one I'll compare my new 5.0 to since that is my reference point, put out 350 ft/lbs of torque at 2,500 rpm. A quick look at the Ford torque curve suggests the new 5.0 might put out 325 or 330 ft/lbs at that same 2,500 rpm. So for me, I may have to drive my new 5.0 500 rpm higher on average to get the same pulling power as my old 5.4. I can live with that.
Just found out my 2011 F-150 5.0 is going to be built the week of February 21. Yee-hah!