I prefer brown gloves in nice soft deer hide--I got fingerless so I could use the touch screen. And even though we only get frosts once or twice a year, and the daytime temperature rarely drops below 10°C, the heating is nice on the short drive to the gym in the early morning when I can't be bothered with the gloves.:laugh:I like a nice pair of black leather driving gloves. But heated wheel would definitely be nice if I lived in a cold climate and drove top-down in winter like I do here.
The heated steering wheel just happens to come as part & parcel of the multifunction wheel, or at least it does in the U.K. I personally wouldn't order it specifically if it were not, but then I very rarely get cold hands. The GT sport multifunction wheel itself is really good though.The heated steering wheel is nice if your hands get cold.
The sport exhaust makes everything louder (but not better IMO) if loud is your thing.
The 20" wheels look good but ride hard.
Adaptive cruise control (I've never tried it.) should be good on highways etc.
Sport chrono itself is a toy that I probably would use only a few times and then never touch but comes with adaptive suspension, sport plus mode, and some custom mode tailoring.
19" wheels ride softer.
It's up to you what you'd like and the conditions in which you drive (as if you didn't know that ) but I'd be going for no. 2.