Summary: Sounds great. Plenty of power and good clean sound, even though I'm using crappy factory speakers. Using the button/knob to switch between preset channels is awful. You could die in a car crash trying to turn the knob just the right amount to get the right preset number.
Summary: I bought this deck years ago (I've since sold the car) and it worked great for me! I had 2 12" subs powered by 600w each, and I liked the ability to control the sub output separately. Never had any issues with this thing!
Summary: I really like this stereo. High Definition radio stations usually scroll the name of the artist. If you don't have a great signal from the HD station, you may experience an annoying echo. You will probable be able to get HD stations that you couldn't possible be able to get without an HD radio.
Summary: So, in terms of positive things I can say about it, it plays music. That's its main goal. I kind of expect a car stereo to just work that way. I got this one for its iPhone compatibility, which works, but definitely needs improvement.
Summary: Pros: Great sound, It uses a silicon based digital front end IC making it sensitive FM tuner that I've found w/ HD, 7band EQ, USB input perfect for those that don't want to fumble with changing CD's while driving(safety first), just rip your CD's to a flash drive and your good to go.
Summary: is an outstanding deal, especially if you get it from an associated dealer (Sixth Avenue Elecronics, see the site, 6ave.com, on the web) as I did. I got mine for only 122 bucks, free shipping, outstanding deal!