The 1999-2007 Super Duty had two options for consoles. There was the jump seat (a folding center seat with storage), and a low profile plastic console. If your truck came with the console, it would also have folding arm rests attached to your front seats. If you have arm rests you can not install a jump seat without removing the arm rests (read more here). The 2008-2010 Console can be put in place of a jumpseat to get storage while also having something to rest your arm on. The color will not be a perfect match.
The 2008-2010 Super Duty introduced new interior colors and made swapping from console to jump seat (and vice versa) much easier. The 2008-2010 console had a higher profile with the lid high enough to be used as an arm rest. This eliminated the need for the folding arm rests. Switching between console styles couldn't be easier.
The 2011-2016 Super Duty introduced new interior colors again. This generation featured a full length flow-through console as an option. This console went all the way through to the dashboard. Swapping to this console from a jumpseat could prove challenging as there are a few pieces of trim to buy to make it meet the dash nicely. Swapping to the jumpseat from a console also poses the same problem; you'll need to cover up where it met the dash with some trim.