Ahh, I forgot about the 3.6 not having a manual. That turned me off also. I was actually looking into the 2.0T. The power and gas mileage was extremely attractive but I just can't justify spending money like that on a new car when I know that in a couple years it's going to depreciate sooo much. That's one of the best things about BMW, the offer any combination of coupe/sedan, manual/paddle shifter/auto and awd/rwd. Pretty much can satisfy anyone.
All I was trying to say is that the interior on almost all new cars is great but the drive is what makes the decision (at least for me) on whether or not I should purchase a car as long as i can afford it.