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Do you already have OBC? Outside temp gauge might be useful. The sender is really expensive however. I have an analog clock (Vision series) that I can deal on. It's new in box.

The voltmeter is useful: (1) during the time right before your alternator fails and (2) if you park the car and are using an electrical load. When it goes below 12V, you should start the engine so the batt can recharge.

If you really want to measure oil temp at the oil filter, you could buy a VDO T-block and with some plumbing fittings and hoses, you could be able to read press and temp from the stock sender location. It would be a pain in the ass however.
 
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