I'll find out in the coming months. I will admit to using a bit of poetic licence with my comments. They were based on my experience of driving my old JK Rubicon with the freedom panels removed. My assumption is that the power soft top will be of a similar experience.
No sad days up here with the power top and spiderwebshade combo.
Always open during the year where possible, even in the winter months whilst wearing a winter coat, a touque, and with the heating cranked up to the max.
I'd stick with the stock Sahara wheels over the JT wheels.
Opinions are subjective though. When purchasing my JL Sahara, there were a ton of them on dealer forecourts with the optional aluminium grey spoke wheels that I dismissed because I prefer the look of the stock wheels.
Out with the old (2011 JKU Rubicon, 3.8L Manual, Mango Tango)
In with the new (2020 JLU Sahara North Edition, 2.0 Auto, Bikini Pearl).
Even though I wasn't actively looking to replace the Rubicon, due to a combination of employee pricing, dealer discount and being offered a bloody good...
Since moving to Canada from the UK in 2005, all I've owned is Wranglers.
1999 - TJ Sport, 4.0L Manual - Intense Blue
2011 - JKU Rubicon, 3.8L Manual - Mango Tango
2020 - JLU Sahara North Edition, 2.0L Auto - Bikini Pearl