The comfort control is proprietary. If what you want is in fact achievable, you will have to pay somebody
to do it. It will either be a dealership, or a very well-equipped independent shop. Finding an independent shop that has the proper tools to program that kind of stuff is very unlikely, since I can only see negligible payback potential for such an investment. I am sorry I cannot give you better news.
For the paint scratches... well, you can take it to a pro. They can make it look really good, I bet. Where on the car's body are these scratches? If it is not a very noticeable place, you can just get a BMW touch-up paint pen or a small container of teh same stuff as well as some clear coat and take care of it yourself. Bavarian Autosport | BMW Parts and BMW Accessories
and paintscratch.com can sell you that stuff. Paintscratch can even sell you spray cans. Oh, and I guess the dealership can also sell you the touch-up paint if you don't mind buying it from them.
Edit: I just read your most recent post. I guess if it is not worth $60 to you, then it must not irritate you all that much