I daily drive an MGW car.
Install the heatshield, extra sound insulation, and dynamat (all included in the price) exactly where their 45 minute long installation video tells you to, and it will be every bit as quiet and smooth as the factory one. There's a tactile "clunk" felt in the shifter when it drops into gear solidly, like slapping the bolt closed on a hunting rifle. But unless the car is off, you'll never hear that. You'll feel the shifter saying that yes, the car is 100% certainly locked into this gear, on each and every shift, instead.
Put differently, it has a world class gearshift now. Like an M-series BMW or a Miata, it just works. You stop thinking about getting the shifts "just right" and just flick the lever straight forward to slip into third, for example.
I bought the most expensive shifter (MGW) and most expensive axleback, and I'm thrilled with both choices!
2014 Sterling Gray GT Premium with silver stripes / MT-82 / Brembo / Recaro
Steeda Sports | Koni Yellows | BMR Panhard and LCA Brackets
MGW shifter | Borla S-types