1) The driver seat raises/lowers both the front of the seat and the back of the seat independently. The passenger seat (on my model) is the same. The driver's seat has lumbar support the passenger seat does not.2) I cannot find any information on the wattage of the Bose stereo. But I will say it sounds FANTASTIC! Easily, the best-sounding factory system I've ever listened to. 3) The iPod Classic is not specifically listed in the manual as compatible. But I'd be willing to bet it will work just fine. My 5th gen iPod works great, as does my iPhone (as an iPod when plugged into the iPod connector of the EX). Unfortunately, you can't watch Video from ANY iPod. The Video and Photo lists do not even show up on the Infiniti's screen. The Video Podcast lists show up (in Podcasts) but playing a Video Podcast only results in audio, no video. That said, you CAN play video on the Infiniti display via the Composite Video jack in the storage bin. So, it would be possible to use a Video Out Cable with certain iPod models to connect that way.4) Power folding mirrors: No (I suspect these were intentionally avoided due to the camera system.)5) Yes, the steering wheel automatically retracts and moves up and out of the way when you exit the EX. The driver's seat also automatically moves back a bit to allow easier access. Both of those settings can easily be turned on or off via the settings menu on the nav screen.6) Yes, the headlights move when turning IF you get the Luxe Style or Luxe Elite package (the Luxe Elite is exactly the same as the Luxe Style package, plus some extra leather parts in the cabin). With those packages you also get Auto-Leveling headlights.7) I did not notice if the footwells are lighted at night (driving). There is, however, a very small pinpoint light near the moon roof control switch. I suspect it is LED. That little light is pointed down at the center console (around the cup holder area). I can not find that light mentioned anywhere in the manual.8) When you approach the car (with smart key in your pocket), the puddle lamp under the driver's side mirror lights up first. Then, the 8 cabin lights all come on at once. The go from dim to bright (fairly quickly). Once fully bright, the cabin is quite bright from front to rear. The eight lights are: 2 under dash lights, 2 door lights (front two doors), 2 rear passenger lights (on the sides directly above each passenger door) and 2 dome lights. The 2 dome lights serve a dual function. They can be turned on together (by opening the door or by flipping the dome light switch) or they can be turned on independently by simply pressing on them (map lights for each front seat).9) The manual lists the following lights as LED: Stop/Tail/Sidemarker, Puddle Light, High-mounted Stop Light. All of the rest of the lights are listed with a wattage so they aren't LED.10) I have not played any video at all. However, I highly doubt you can play any (through the Composite video jack) while the car is moving. A big safety concern and, I believe, illegal in most states. In fact, there are certain nav screen menu options that are greyed out when the car is moving. For instance, you can only bring up the list of Voice Commands when the car is stopped. Infiniti doesn't want you trying to read a list while you are driving.11) Pressing the Camera button does NOTHING when you are moving above a certain speed. I do not know what the speed threshold is set at but it is slower than 35mph.12) For whatever reason, you can only view the overhead view and right side view on the optional view selection. I guess Infiniti feels you can see the left side of the car just fine by looking out of your driver's window. Side note: There is Infrared Illumination for the front/side view so you can better see a curb, etc, at night.13) No light in the center armrest. But there is that little pinpoint light that shines down that way so you aren't groping around in complete darkness.14) No rear vent controls. Just rear vents.15) Rear windows do not go all the way down. Maybe 1/3 to 1/4 of the window remains exposed.16) Only the front two windows are one-touch up and down. The switches have to be held down (or up) for the rear windows.17) The rear hatch is completely manual.18) The wipers are not auto rain-sensing. However, the intermittent function does have speed-sensing. The intermittent operation varies with vehicle speed. This feature actually works pretty well. I had a chance to try it the very first night I had the car. I can see myself simply flicking the wipers to intermittent when it starts raining and leaving it there until it stops raining. The speed-sensing feature should work pretty well for all but the heaviest downpour.19) Yes, it has Homelink. Three buttons on the rearview mirror.20) No turn indicators on outside mirrors.21) Overall Length (including front plate): 182.3 inches, Overall Width: 70.9 inches, Overall Height (without roof rack): 61.8 inches, Wheelbase: 112.2 inches. Legroom and headroom figures are not given in the manual but they should be included in the brochure (I don't have one).22) Turning radius is not listed in the manual. Again, I would expect to find that in the factory brochure.23) I've put almost 200 miles on the car already. About 65% of that is unencumbered freeway driving, 20% was in stop & go freeway driving and the remaining 15% was city driving. My average Fuel Economy scale is sitting right 22-23mpg. That's exactly what I was hoping to get. I suspect this car will do better than the rated 24mph highway when on a long freeway trip. I expect it to be closer to 26 or 27.24) The Nav Map has a 3D view (Infinity calls it Birdview). In fact, Birdview is the default. The flat (map) view is called Plan View.25) Yes, it can be set so you are always driving toward the top of the map, no matter which way you turn. In fact, that is the default.
Hope that helps!