I wouldn't normally touch the optional insurances but given the length of the S4 the fact every car I've ever had has had a scuffed alloy I went for the smart repair and alloy insurance. Naturally I never want to have to claim but £500 seemed reasonable to keep everything in 'as new' condition should anything happen.
Car looks great BTW. I'm still yet to see another S4 saloon on the road - as have most people I drive by going by their looks!
Quick hint for the HUD - don't bother turning it on if you have polarised specs, they filter it out. Driving round on Saturday I thought it was broken.
Same here - it was an unexpected extra when the car turned up in Coulsdon. Wasn't on the spec sheet I'd been given the week before.
It's a bit gimmicky when it's just showing you the speed but I do like the directions it provides when using the sat nav. Arguably easier than the other displays when you're in a new place and need to keep your eyes peeled.