Summary: It is okay as a general reference guide, but that's about it! The sound goes out frequently. If you touch it or hit a bump while driving it turns itself on and off. It is not 100% accurate. I have been in the left turn lane towards my destination and turning left and it is showing that I am going right!
Summary: This was an exact replacement for a one that was stolen so I had same expectations. However, screen was not clear, had tiny bubbles or something on it. It was powering off during use so really annoyting and dangerous. I eventually bought another as this was so unreliable I gave up.
Summary: I bought this GPS because I had another unit exactly like this one but it stopped talking. I replaced the old unit the new Jensen as I was totally familiar with it. It does all that I want it to do and has not gotten me lost yet.
Summary: Didn't take me long to figure out how to plot routs. When I found out the maps were from 2007, I wanted to update to 2009. Jensen / Audiovox say there are no updates and will be no updates for this unit. That's probably why the price drop. Glad I didn't buy this unit, got it as a birthday present. Might continue to use it for the year, but will trade it for a better brand that does have yearly map updates available.
Summary: This is definitely the best-kept secret in GPS's on the market. This is the second Jensen I have owned and it is loaded with high-priced features. For around $100 brand new it came with Street Name directional guidance, picture viewer, movie viewer, reads books, and even has Bluetooth. The volume increases with your speed and background noise, and it even has an external antenna jack even though it doesn't need it at all.
Summary: I bought this GPS from 6th Avenue for 98$, compared to a 97$ tom-tom that was on sale (the tom-tom was a very low end unit, and I was told was worthless). My first run through was pleasant. I can see why people were saying the menu's are obnoxious, but if you take a minute to understand it, they all make sense. Adding POI's is easy, unlike what people said, just a little hard to find. Simply find the address on the map, then go to POI, Add POI. Sounds easy, right?
Summary: There are no map updates from Jenson and there never will be. These maps are at least 2 years old, so unless you live in a downtown area of a city and never plan on traveling to any suburb anywhere anytime, then go for it. Otherwise, total waste of money. What's most frustrating is that I actually prefer the user interface of the Jenson to that of my TomTom - but the latter provides downloadable map updates and fairly easy user interface.