Summary: I've had this for a few years now and it is wonderful. I live about 60 miles from better stations and without the HD, I couldn't pick them up. I can pick up my stations when I'm pretty far away too.
Summary: Great radio -- but sometimes, it gets "stuck" thinking it's doing something. the only solution is to pull the power from it; which resets teh entire radio (including pre-sets) I would probably buy this again; but dash mount a 'on/off' button to make it easier to reset.
Summary: This is a decent little radio that does what it is supposed to. It is a low cost CD player and HD receiver with both a USB input and a 3.5mm input on the face. Sound is fine and the EQ features are exactly what you'd expect of a lower-end of the price spectrum car stereo.
Summary: I got one of these last year and liked it so much that when it failed I got another. The reason I marked it down a star was primarily because it failed after less than two years of use (though it was on all day, every day).
Summary: This radio is great for the money. It has so many great features. I put it in my boat and the wireless remote lets me change the song and turn the volume up and down while standing in the water.
Summary: Owned it almost a year with great pleasure. CD performance is as good as any other decent receiver, but the HD radio is amazing. Very sensitive tuner. The general interface is clutter-free, therefore it doesn't have the classic preset buttons you're used to seeing in most receivers.
Summary: My complaint on the buttons is mostly on the channel up/down on the left, and the power/source button, possibly others though. These are small and sit flush with the face, making them sometimes difficult to press. Not impossible, just not as easy as possible.