SpaceX manifest has now listed the Intelsat FH for 2015 but out of Vandenberg? That's one large plane change.
The press release definitely says GTO, and SpaceX's manifest definitely says Vandenburg... good catch.
Is that why the GTO performance currently being talked about for the FH is so small (around 6.5mt)?
That'd go a long way towards explaining it... What would that launch even look like? Can't overfly land, so a polar orbit followed by a 90 degree plane change at apogee? Lunar flyby to help remove inclination as with PAS-22?
And will the GTO performance values being marketed for non-crossfeed also increase?
When you compare the GTO payload of F9 and FH, currently announced FH is inexplicably low compared to the claimed LEO performance.
If this is the reason, then any eastwards launch site would see a huge improvement...