Pros: Even for a novice it is very easy to use very self-explanatory touchscreen but very picky where you touch it, try to be very careful to use the very pointed end of your finger if you have large flat fingers like mine it is a very problematic issue.
Cons: The last trip as I pushed the return trip button it told us our place of residence had moved to only four blocks away from where we had gone about 80 miles from home. It's a good thing I always know how to get back the peevish voice
Pros: more responsive (less delayed response on screen) and better signal reception than earlier models.
Cons: One big annoyance - especially since it is not openly mentioned anywhere, is that in order to have Lifetime Live Traffic you have to suffer from popup coupons that obscure part of the map. I finally received a response from Garmin who stated this is what pays for the Free traffic. You can disable the advertising, but only by disabling the free traffic.
Summary: I have had the Garmin Nuvi 1350LMT since July 2010. To this day it is still working great. I would recommend that you register your GPS as soon as possible at my(dot)garmin(dot)com. Not only does this assure you will get the latest maps but will make sure you have the latest firmware. As far as I understand most if not all of the freezing or unexpected shutdowns can be attributed to old firmware versions.
Pros: Quick satellite connection, Nice screen, lane assist, traffic and lifetime maps. So far so good on accuracy, and performance. This is my second Garmin Nuvi (first was stolen). Nice upgrade from my previous nuvi 360 which I loved to death! The Eco Rout
Cons: No bluetooth connection, but I knew that before buying.