I am a fellow Canadian!! I can give you a little perspective!! I just bought an 09 a little over a month ago (I think) Even when we were running in the sand up north of here and the ambient temps were around +33 I found no heat whatsoever off the console. Around the shifters there was a little heat blowing out the open spots but probaly enough to keep your hands warmer when the temp start dropping.
As for off camber stuff I would look into some wheel spacers or offset rims to help out a bit. I have stock trim (for now) and it seems wonky at first like your about to tip but after riding it for awhile and getting the feel of the machine it isn't too bad. Once you know the limits you will go there, trust me LOL.
I know even with my stock tires I can climb like a mofo in 4 lo, and it goes even farther once you throw the diff lock on!! I have to say that everytime I go out I get a little more impressed, at first I was disapointed. It was a big step down from my racing quads for handling lol, and a big step up from my sportsman for climbing and comfort.
...........yes the belt seems to be a pain in the a$$ to get to at first but it actually isn't that bad. The owners manual tells you that when you get the belt wet that you have to drain the water out of an access panel up top with a syringe WTH!!! Who carries one of those with them??? Well I do now, not a biggie, get them at any pharmacy or vet. When I got my belt wet I didn't have one and I just left it in neutral and pulsed the throttle for a bit and it dried out, it just halted our trip for 10 minutes or so which really would have sucked if the bugs had been worse.
I bought this so my GF and I could get out together and have a nice easy, enjoyable ride, which we do but most of the time I tend to push the limits and get her heart pounding lol. It is still a rush and alot of fun. With all this wrapped up in a nice little package you can still throw a tent and supplies in the box and head out for the weekend. In Ontario I bet there are some nice out of the way lakes to get to, make yourself a rack and throw a canoe up top and get out fishin!!
OH!!! almost forgot to mention the suspension, make sure you get the sport model with the piggy back shocks up front. These chew up the bumps man, very smooth ride. Seems like the faster you go the smoother they are. Any more ????'s feel free to PM me
In closing, if you do buy a Teryx, invest in a little tool kit from canadian tire or something. The teryx doesn't come with one