I rented an Opel Astra (petrol turbo) recently that had most of this stuff.
The stop/start was so unobtrusive that I didn't realise it had it for a couple of days. How do these work, as it didn't appear to utilise the regular starter motor? Whatever, it was a definitely useful function.
Lane assist was OK-ish, although a bit annoying if you changed lanes with it on as it fought back at you. Then I found that as long as you signalled before changing lanes, it let you do it unimpeded....doh!
Electric park brake - not sure; I liked that you could just drive off and it disengaged itself, which was great on hill starts. But engaging it seemed to inevitably cause a lurch even if you were absolutely stationary. So, a bit crude. And how do you do a hand-brake turn??
Auto lights and wipers - these worked really well and this functionality has improved massively over the last few years to be really sensitive.
I swear by cruise control and annoyingly haven't got it on my own car (it was a mega good deal and that was the only casualty so I had to grin and bear it). Haven't tried an intelligent one, but it sounds a sensible development, although I can see the issues that have been raised about it. Maybe only intelligent drivers should be allowed to have it?
I think the Astra had auto braking but the need never arose so I can't comment other than to say that, like ABS, anything that enhances braking safety ought to be a good thing.
Parking sensors front and rear are a great idea - on paper - but can be incredibly annoying in real life. And far from infallible, getting their panties in an uproar over a blade of grass. We fell foul of them whilst ski-ing when we reversed into a ski holder on a van that was mounted too high for the sensors to pick it up. A work in progress, I suppose.
All these are straws in the wind of the coming of autonomous vehicles of course, so perhaps we should fight back and demand to retain full control? Or follow the aeronautical world and welcome anything that makes your journey safer.
Re Wuzak's question, you can usually turn all these things off - provided you can understand the increasingly complex infotainment and control systems on modern cars! Find a handy 5 year old - they are usually better at IT things than adults.