I have my dealer email me all the paperwork prior, so that I don't have to stress with last minute add-on $.
This would have been nice to have seen, from two perspectives.
First was that my Salesman seemed to have been a bit techno-challenged: pretty much all of my emails from him were apparently written on his smartphone AND ALL IN CAPS.
Second, I did get a clue (from somewhere...probably here) that there would be such a list offered on delivery day - - in my case it came from not the salesman but some other dealership guy I'd not seen before.
I glanced through the list - - it contained pretty much what's been posted - - and made it a point to tell Mr-Add-On-Sales that I did not appreciated being blindsided
(yes, I specifically used that word) at the last minute with such things and because I had been blindsided, I was not going to consider any of them at this time.
AFAIC, such 11th hour BS is exactly that: BS.
For example, let's say for sake of argument that I did actually want them to do an Invisible Bra installation ... now wouldn't I have had wanted it to be installed during prep and before I arrived to drive the vehicle home? As such, their offer was too late, even if it was a competitive price (which it was not).