Summary: I just sold my truck with this unit in it and HIGHLY regret not yanking this radio out of it. I mainly had my USB plugged into it at all times and this thing rocked! I never had one issue with it and it had plenty of play time. If your in the market for a good receiver with easy to access USB and Aux then you got to check this one out!
Summary: So far I am quite pleased with this stereo. I've always used factory stereos before this, but the installation didn't take long at all. The sound is nice, though I cannot test it to its full capacity with the speakers I have. Radio reception is good. Switching between inputs is easy. My only complaint is that I still haven't figured out how to set the clock as I lost track of the booklet.
Summary: Great radio performance all around. I am using it in a classic roadster with 6.5" pioneer speakers and was impressed with how good it sounded for the money. I only wished the volume knob was larger and was not a push-on/pus-off. Barely touching it causes it to inadvertently switch.
Summary: Good luck finding a name-brand head unit with all these options for a better price. My only complaint is that the volume knob is too flush with the face. Makes quick volume adjustments tricky while on the road.
Summary: I got this stereo for my '93 Saturn SL2. I got it to replace the FM-only stock head unit. I replaced the blown OEM speakers with 6.5' Jensens. First of all, I find this to be a fantastic stereo. It has plenty of power, the "Loud" amplifier setting does not have to be used all the time to get high-powered sound. Its three-band equalizer (+6 or -6 levels on all three) allows for precise control to match the speakers and cabin acoustics.