It's all very new to me, and I'm taking it easy thus far (break-in period, pretty much leaving it in comfort mode), but I do enjoy it quite a bit thus far. I plan on posting more when I have more experience, but quick observations over the ~150 miles I've driven it:
Shifter is obviously great, feels like I have to put in a bit more physical effort to get into 5th and 6th gear (first four are a breeze), which is kind of odd, but it's very satisfying.
Auto rev matching is sweet. Maybe a little too sweet. Once I get used to the car and past the break-in period, I plan on switching this off periodically so I can practice rev matching and possibly heel-toe braking on my own, but I have to say that the system functions so well that it's very tempting to just leave it on. Having said that, my limited driving so far has either been puttering around neighborhoods at low speeds or highway travel -- the automated downshifting on an offramp is pretty slick.
Haven't really done a deep dive in the settings so I don't have things set up exactly the way I want, but turning off the auto start-stop every time is a slight nuisance.
Auto high-beams are great but I need to figure out how to turn them off -- they do switch off, but juuuuuust late enough that I feel like I'm being a jerk and blinding oncoming traffic for a split second. Typically I would be switching to low beams before the system does it automatically.
To turn off the auto high beams, just pull the headlight stalk back one time like you're flashing your headlights. You'll see the auto brights light turn off on your dash. Do the same to turn them back on.
There’s an option in the vehicle settings to turn off the auto high-beams. I had the same experience - it was neat at first but I too felt like I was being a jerk to oncoming traffic too often. So I turned it off.