As for goggles, having different lens options would be a plus. As for a camera, a bluetooth or usb cable connection to a small hard drive would really ROCK. Then you could record for a couple of hours. That would be more like $1045.00 instead of $145.00 though.
I remember when I was a little kid a relative from Oklahoma sent me a plastic "ski speedometer" for Christmas one year. I have no idea where she got it and I've never seen another like it. It was a plastic tube with a spring and baffle inside and a little ticker along the tube that showed how far the baffle got blown in to the tube against the resistance of the spring (shown as MPH). It was a neat little gadget. it wasn't accurate, it broke the first time I bumped in to a door frame with it strapped on my arm, but it was fun for a couple of hours.