Seasucker racks are great.Have the TWraps screen protectors but haven't installed them yet. Likewise a KENPENRI mobile charger wall mount, Autoheatshield folding sun shade for the front windshield, and "Spurtar" lifting jack pads.
I have used a WIkiSmart car cover because I had to have something for parking in the driveway. The 197-205" cover fits but is obviously just a cheap, temporary way to keep (some) rain, leaves, and whatever off the car until I can find a proper cover. And some SYOAUTO door edge guard strip, because I have low concrete retaining walls on both sides of my too-narrow driveway.
All the above sourced from Amazon, though I did subsequently check the TWraps website and was pleased that they had a bunch of stuff for the refreshed cars.
Got the full Tesmanian mat set, because the 3DMAX Spiders weren't available. They're okay, but I'm not impressed with the cut/fit - the footwell liners stand off from the walls at the top. And the rear under-storage area is just plain terrible, it's too long width-wise. They'll do the job, but meh. They're rubber mats, but the WeatherTech mats in my Audi seem to be higher quality. When I checked WT's site, I wasn't convinced they had updated mats for the 2022, and the price was annoying considering that long term, I'd rather have whatever fiber the Spiders are made from.
I picked the Samsung T5 SSD over the newer/faster T7 over reports of how hot the T7 runs. The T5 has a proven track record, and 500GB seems like plenty given my whole music library is only around 62GB of MP3s. That might increase 50% if I swapped over to FLAC where possible, but right now I'm far more concerned that the subwoofer doesn't seem to do anything.
Somebody referenced these SeaSucker Ski Racks. While I generally try to keep everything inside the shell to avoid drag, theoretically I like the idea of the suction cup mounts. But I would like to hear from people who've used them in heavy weather on all-glass roofs...