Summary: It's OK, but given the technology of today, it is less than what I expected. For example, it will say "turn right on Main Street" But it will not tell you when main street comes up. If you are in high traffic, and cannot be looking at the map, you have to know when Main Street approaches.
Summary: Unit is OK, acquires signal pretty quickly (main advantage over my smart phone). Database of "Points of Interest" is far from complete, sometimes wrong and certainly not up to date. But would get a better review if not for two very annoying 'features'.
Summary: I've only had this unit a month, so haven't used it on any long road trips, but have noticed a few things already. Compared to a 10 year old Garmin Streetpilot III that I own, there are a few things from my 10 year old unit that I wish this unit had.
Summary: The Garmin was a gift. The person receiving the gift saw mine and liked it so I got him one. the down side is having to update maps and even at that if you are in an area with a lot of road construction it sometimes does not pick up the road changes after the perminent change takes place.
Summary: Works well except for two baffling errors, one of which is serious. This is the serious one: at freeway junctions where there is a ramp that later forks into the two opposite directions, as it instructs you to take the ramp, it will only announce the name of the alphabetically first direction.
Summary: UPDATE 4/4/2014: After a recent map update, the GPS could not find any destination in Florida. I've lost confidence in its reliability, and would NOT buy it again nor recommend it. ORIGINAL REVIEW: Full disclosure: this is my FIRST GPS. Purchased thru Amazon 12/2/11.
Summary: This came quickly but I really struggled to download the software, I gave up in the end and sent it back. What was also disappointing was it asked for an SD micro card, luckily I had one but did not like the fact that if the card became corrupted or removed then the satnav would not function.
Summary: Be warned - you have to download maps to your computer and then install on your device. This involves buying a USB cable, not included. I know it is a bottom of the range model but thought this was ridiculous thing to omit.