Odd-Arne Oseberg wrote:a wrap is more durable.
One thing that really sets Gretsch apart from other manufacturers is their finishes. You should reconsider your decision to get a wrap. The Antique Pearl is probably thin enough that it won't affect the tone, but wraps in general do stifle the sound a bit (the big flake sparkles have the biggest effect).
The other reason to get a wood grain finish is that Gretsch can always make you another drum and match the finish exactly (I've done it many times). Lastly, if you opt for a satin finish, it may even be cheaper than the wrap.
If durability and resistance to scratches, bumps, etc. is really an issue, you should probably get a fiberglass set.
I made the mistake of getting a wrapped Gretsch set years ago, for the same reason as you. I was gigging six nights a week back then, and my drums were getting set up and torn down every few days, and then thrown into a truck. Guess what happened though? Stage lights a little too close ended up charring the wrap so that one drum had one side that wasn't "shiny" anymore. So you see, in the end, wraps get damaged too.
Drums can always be fixed, repaired, or replaced. If you have insurance, it won't be an issue, and if you have a nice Gretsch finish, they can always match it perfectly.