About a month and a half into my '18 SV. I like it for the most part. (had a 2011 and 2016 before.)
-Adaptive cruise control
-blind spot warning
-cross traffic warning in reverse (only experienced it once so far)
-Stronger B mode
-The 4 blind spots on the corners. (The A pilar can hide an entire car at an intersection. I've gotten use to looking around it in my previous LEAFs, but it can be dangerous. I heard Nissan planned to change it, but I guess in the rush to get a Gen 2 out the door, that improvement got dropped.
-The center console has sides that flare out reducing knee room, and contact my knee at the top edge while driving. They serve no purpose unless it is for crash protection. I wish I could take it out. My '11 & '16 were more comfortable. I didn't notice it in my test drive, but I guess I'd have got the car anyway.
I have found that lane keeping mode has to be watched very closely. It does some crazy things sometimes. Works ok under perfect conditions, but not so good when lane markings are weak, or when the right line follows an exit. Also, It kind of drifts back and forth in the lane. Don't rely on it, but ok as a backup if you are tired or distracted.
My charge port light comes on when I open the lid (I usually open from the dash button). You might check with the dealer on that.
ePedal is interesting, but I probably won't use it much except in stop 'n go traffic as mentioned. (be ready to use the brake in quick stop situations though)
I've had the same experience with priority to full charge. Would rather have the old timer where you just turn off the stop time. (I prefer to charge after midnight)