Maybe this is that old-school blood coming out of us (24 going on 60?), but these things are nothing more than a toy to us. It's a feature that people imagine as something only luxury cars have, but has no infested plenty of accessible lower-entry models, as well. There was something about that twist of the wrist that made us feel more connected to the mechanical aspect of the car. In an age when everything in cars is going electric, automatic and electromatic, we'd rather feel like we're turning the ignition and not pressing the start button on our XBOX.