It's a very pretty paint, but not my favorite for a 911. I'd prefer a nice yellow or dark, forest green.Now, this I dig. The two-tone leather is a beautiful touch and goes marvelously with the otherwise dull black interior.Rear-wheel steering is cool because it makes the car's turn-in tighter. It also makes navigating around constrained situations like parking lots easier. The way it works is the rear wheels can turn by a few degrees to help with handling and maneuverability. Thirteen-hundred bucks to paint some wheels? Pass.With a push of this button, the nose of the 911 will lift approximately 1.6 inches so you can drive over steep curbs without scraping. It's especially helpful if you live in a place that has a lot of uneven terrain. Here's a video of it in action.Ventilated seats are great for when the car gets warm inside and you need some additional airflow between you and the seat back. Sticking to the leather is unpleasant for everyone.Why would you need this when you've got a nice engine and exhaust note to listen to!?Sure, I guess? But $350 to paint some letters black? Probably not worth it. What I do like is that the model name uses two different fonts to spell out. I cannot believe painting the model name black and painting the automaker name black are two separate transactions. Just make them one transaction and charge $300! But as someone who likes as a little visible branding as possible, I do appreciate Porsche being painted black here. It hides the lettering better. The sport seats are nice; they help hold you in place under more aggressive cornering. I would like to point out, however, that the memory package — where you can pre-program your seat preference and save it to the seat settings — is only available on the driver's side. Other cars have it for the passenger seat, too. Here, it was just on the driver's seat.They look nice and they're free. Why not? Sure!I hate sunroofs. I don't use them and they make the ceiling of the car lower. Sunroof-delete forever!Since the manual transmission automatically comes with the Sport Chrono package (driver-selectable drive modes and the dashboard stopwatch), Porsche included the additional Sport Package, which includes the sport exhaust system and the Porsche Active Suspension Management performance suspension system. PASM also lowers the car by 10 millimeters.This one I could do without. The 911 was already lovely with the manual and the Sport Chrono package. I'd get that with the sport exhaust system, which makes the car louder, and that's it. I didn't like how PASM and the lowering made the car feel; it made the ride quality far too harsh.