You could replace "seats" in your question and replace it with just about any of these new convenience features. Being a new truck, no one is really going to be able to tell you how well they'll hold up. If you're not planning on keeping it past the warranty, it doesn't really matter. And this isn't a vehicle you want to own out of warranty.
The more things that can break, the more things that will break. Seats, dash displays, you name it. I travel a fair bit and I would say that one in five rentals has some sort of technology rated failure while I have it. I just had a $70K Tahoe that lost the electrics on the dash. It was a Sunday evening and I had a seven hour drive in the dark with zero dash function. And no heat.