Summary: We bought this just before Christmas, but will be taking it back. Overall, it is a pretty good unit, we like the interface and display particularly, but the problems that we've seen with it are enough to make us send it back. Basically, the Point of Interest (POI) database is very suspect. If you have no interest in using it, that probably won't matter to you, but if you do, good luck. It's not so much that the database is out of date, it is also wildly inaccurate.
Summary: I am currently trying out the Garmin 2720 and the Magellan 6000, both top end units, to see which one I am going to keep. Tough choice ! Both are terrific for routing, have all the advanced features, like text to speech and traffic info option, but neither one is perfect. Here are the pros and cons of the Garmin 2720, as compared to the Magellan Roadmate 6000: Pros: 1. The maps of the 2720 are much more readable.