Summary: GPS is great. Glad it came with lifetime map updates, however, don't expect to put new map updates on the internal memory of your new GPS as there is not enough space. You may want to buy a microSD card if you plan on updating the maps.
Summary: 12/10/2010 Addendum: Alert - I bought a second nuvi 1390LMT and that one started giving me pop-up warnings after it turned on. Two different pop-ups were observed. 1. "This accessory is not supported" 2. "XM is not supported.
Not real happy and will be requesting a replacement unit after the trip is
6 July 2011
Summary: I baught this unit for a major vacation trip around the Untied States western area. Two weeks into the trip it seized up and would not work. Error message said no data loaded for maps. I loaded the complete new update which took over 4 hours at a McDonalds wi-fi hot spot.
Summary: This unit replaced one from a different company whose battery died suddenly and refused to be recharged. The selling features for me were the blue tooth capability (that I admit I have not used in the month I have owned the unit) and the live traffic feature.
Summary: I got this GPS from another store. Out of the box I noticed it had two stuck pixels. This might be not a big deal but it is very visible when driving at night and is kind of annoying. The more important issue that just struck me is popup ads on the screen. Every time you start driving you see them.
Summary: I have several Garmin GPS units, I prefer them over Magellan and other brands, mainly for the software and ease of use. This has been a good unit, except that the bluetooth isn't dependable - it sporadically works and then cuts out - I was using it with my iPhone.
Summary: Followed the instructions upon receipt of the unit (Garmin Nuvi 1390LMT), I took the device outside to get it to locate the satalites. I then plugged into my computer and followed the instrcutions on [...] The process is very easy to follow.