Summary: This is a step up for me, from a basic TOM TOM 140S. I allow Consumers Reports to guide my purchases of all things electronics. The Maestro takes some getting used to; has alot more bells and whistles. i do wonder why it says its sitting in my neighbours driveway...I am mworking on that.
Summary: Great product. It has a lot of functions, yet it is very easy to use. It has some great features to it. I mostly enjoyed the bluetooth capababilities of the phone and the ability to transfer mp3 songs onto the GPS receiver from your computer.
Summary: Purchased this in 2009 and to return the unit to Magellan after several talks with their customer support. They initially sent back the original unit with an NTF. After serveral MORE calls they agreed that they had not tested it as to the specific problems and then agreed to send a new unit.
Summary: I HAVE YET TO EXPERIANCE A BETTER GPS. BLUE TOOTH IS EXCELLANT FOR MY PHONE, THE DIRECTIONAL VOICE IS PERFECTLY CLEAR. THE ADDRESS ARE RIGHT ON. ONE THING THAT I NOTICE FROM OTHER VIEWERS IS THAT NOBODY MENTIONS THAT YOU CAN ALSO PUT 2 FULL LENGTH MOVIES ON THE 2 GIG MEMORY CARD(IN AVI FORMAT)ALSO I...
Summary: Not a difficult interface, though the screen could've been more sensitive. I live at the top of a hilly street and this GPS thinks that my house number is closer to the bottom of it. Not a problem since I know where I live but it's quite off. It often misses obvious routes.
Summary: The information in this GPS unit was from 2007! I called Magellan and asked where I could find the updates to it. The answer: At this time you cannot update it. The maps were old of course and there were new roads so the GPS was taking me far out of my way, not recognizing the new roads.
Summary: I had my GPS stolen while in LA and then I purchasd my Maestro 4350. Having already experienced Magellan and being acquainted with thte interface I thought why not another Magellan. I had no idea that I would love this little GPS so much.