Summary: I have had nothing but issues with this stereo. I have had to have geek squad work on it three separate times. And the CD will skip on every single little bump - even the ones where you don't even feel it.
Summary: The wiring harness that the stereo shipped with had a defective pair of wires (I think it was to the rear passenger speaker). Okay, no big deal, I ordered a replacement. As soon as I took it out one of the wires just came clean out of the wiring harness. I was very disappointed. I'm going to try to return the unit, though it has been a while since I purchased it. I'll alter the review if that goes smoothly, but all in all it seems kind of like a piece of junk.
Summary: It skips if you hit a speed bump or if your CD has a scratch (obviously), but this is a worthwhile buy. It sits kind of awkwardly in my Civic (it looks like it's extending out a little rather than sitting snug inside the panel), but that's not an issue. The sound quality is good. The blue light on the clock/tuner face isn't too bright to me. Still works just fine after half a year. You can connect external devices via the auxiliary port (buy a 3.5 mm male to male cable).
Summary: If you want radio or aux for your car, this works. I has a knob and bits that light up. Three stars because the USB charger isn't very good. When using the GPS on my Droid X, the battery still drains even while plugged in. I noticed this half way through a trip to Washington DC, and found myself with no GPS a few minutes later. For someone who gets lost even WITH a GPS, this was not a fun situation.
Summary: Bought this for my 1994 BMW. Had to buy 2 parts to connect. But it works well, and the sound is awesome. The only issue is that the radio stations are not too clear. Don't know if didn't connect the antenna or what.
Summary: Easy to install. Sound quality is good. I'm not a fan of the knob volume, etc control but I knew it was like that before I completed the purchase. USB and Aux connections make this radio a steal of a deal though.