Summary: I prefer TomTom's GUI and interface coz its more user friendly interms of options. But if someone has been using garmin for a while, they would definitely find this GPS very easy to use. BTW, hardware quality is much better with Garmin. I wish they had similar GUI as tomtom so that switching to GARMIN is much easier.
Summary: One of the reasons I purchased this unit was because the 2555LMT had lifetime map and supposedly Bluetooth. Upon investigating, this was not the case. I called Garmin to inquire about this oversight. They stated that this unit did not come with BT. In the ad it said BT compatible. When shown that Walmart included this in their ad, they said this was wrong. Garmin upgraded me to the 2595LMT for the cost of shipping the 2555LMT back to them ($15).
Summary: Well I like the size. I had the 200 for years but it was getting old and storage wasn't big enough so I bought this 2555LMT. My biggest complaint is originally on my 200 when typing an address I'd have to specify the State and City/zip code. Then the address. On this 2555 you don't put in the city or state. I hate it when the thing starts searching 5 states for an address 10 miles from me. Only after it starts searching can you go back and enter a city/state.
Excerpt: I wanted a larger screen and got it. I wanted to be able to download all saved addresses from old Nuvi and got it. I wanted an easier format in entering and saving new addresses, changing volume and other items and haven't found them yet. This Nuvi is not intuitive, has a lot of new symbols which I find confusing, and has a poor internal help function. However, if you go online and download the manual, a lot of searching will probably answer your questions.
Excerpt: Sadly, I though that with the latest updates will be good to go. To my surprice the maps has not been up to date with the lates changes in downtown Columbus OH, it gave me wrong direction in a few occasion, not fun to have to go around in order to go where I needed to. Hope soon Garmin will do the updates.