Its a 5000 lb SUV, not a performance car. I doubt you would want to take a turn fast enough on dry roads to come close to noticing the difference the ELSD makes. If you punch it from a stop while making a sharp turn, there will be more power delivered to the road (more acceleration), more control, and less wheel spin. The ELSD will rob less power than the standard traction control.
On slippery roads, the WK2 will appear to stick to the roads without wheel spin.
The WK2 does come standard with stability and sway control, which is implemented by the brake controller. Not sure if enough information is available to determine if or how the controller also uses the transfer case and/or rear end clutches.
In everyday driving you are not going to notice ELSD, in my opinion, unless you are looking for the subtle hints. The worse the road conditions the more you may notice. Tires and driver skill makes more of a difference I think.
My 2011 is equipped with ELSD. You may want to test drive a WK2 so equipped and decide for yourself as sometimes the but dyno can be subjective