I have the G11T with the FHD tripod and I like it. It really deserves a pier because it is so heavy, so I recommend either using a pier mount, or getting JMI medium duty buggy with the big pneumatic wheels to allow allow you to not have to break down 160lbs of tripod and mount and scope every night. You won't use the mount that much if you have to break it down constantly, trust me.
The ALT-AZ adjustments are bottom line, the best of any mount. With one hand, you can polar align in a minute with Sharp Cap. It is just so smooth. If you have used a Celestron mount with the uncomfortable push screw adjustments, you will be amazed how smooth the adjustments are, even with a ton of weight on the saddle.
I get amazing accuracy with guiding using PHD2's multistar guiding [.15RMS] with my smaller scopes and a bit less with my Edge 11.
The extension piece is nice because although the mount is heavy, if it must be moved to say, a dark site, it can be broken down into chunks, and also the ability to do a meridian flip and keep a few minutes over the meridian is sort of a requirement for AP.
It is completely waterproof and it isn't cast. Since it is solid aluminum, you can leave the full mount and FHD tripod outside with a cover all year and it won't rust and the grease job Losmandy does on the internals makes me confident that moisture won't stick around in the internals. Since it isn't cast like Chinese mounts, it doesn't have casting lines, so it won't crack, or fail spectacularly.
My RA motor tore itself apart last year and I called Losmandy and although it was really weird for that part to fail like that, I had a new one shipped out in no time, so great service. You can literally get Scott Losmandy on the phone if he is around the office, or in the shop.
Gemini 2 and its ASCOM interoperability work flawlessly with ethernet and the hand controller is feature-rich. I will say that the touch screen is weird, mushy, and feels like something you'd get on a 2007 Windows PDA.
So, I would say DON'T get the G11T unless you plan on a permanent mount fixture and need the extra weight the 'Titan' RA piece provides over the normal G11, which is already a heavy mount.