Summary: I've had the Nuvi 2595 lmt for some time. As far as whistles and bells go this little unit has it all over the 7200 street pilot, which has virtually none. The only thing 7200 has that the 2595 doesn't is an AV/out, and a larger screen but two inches of screen sure isn't worth the extra costs for me. The biggest reason I bought the 7200 is for the volume controls because I'm hearing impaired, not deaf.
Summary: not very happy i paid almost 300.00 for it it should have the most recent map they gave me 2008 map also i have at times when i am driving and the map is blank like if it would not have this location in the unit so what i did was i went to address lookup and gave my current location as a location and it showed me where i am so now what do i do
Summary: I bought a Garmin StreetPilot 7200 for my elderly parents. It has a nice big screen which makes it easy for my parents to use (ie. their vision and coordination isn't so good). The big screen is definitely a win. But they occasionally called me to tell me the 7200 wasn't finding locations that they wanted to navigate to. I assumed it was just user error until I tried it. When they enter "Kernan Hospital" or "Kernan Drive" near Baltimore, the 7200 couldn't find it.
Summary: Carve out a 2-4 hour block for help with Garmin (if you can get through). Service support is very poor and reps appear to be overloaded & are not very knowledgeble regarding how to load larger lists for delivery or real estate function (see blank waypoints below). This is especially true for those with questions or issues relating to multiple addresses (waypoints).
Summary: Although the 7200 is a great box with a large screen, easy to see for us older folks, the functionality is NOT what you would expect from a $1000 unit. You have no way of defining your own MP3 playlists, the playlists Garmin defines are "take it or leave it" and there is minimal customer service - unfortunately ending with "I can't help you". E-Mails go unanswered.