Yes, the new models have the same clearance issue with the drive shaft boot clearing the exhaust. There are exhaust spacers that move the exhaust away from the drive shaft. The problem with these spacers is they move the exhaust into contact with most aftermarket engine/transmission skid plates. It is possible to shim the skid plate to accomplish the necessary clearance but you loose a bit of ground clearance doing so. A custom driveshaft allows proper fit without spacers.
I ran with the exhaust spacers for a while until I got my tranny skid without issue, but the exhaust is vulnerable, especially when lowered with the spacers.