Summary: I'm now in my third year with the Mio 320, and first I'll say it's not perfect as the maps are not upgradeable(along with a few other quirks), nor are there maps for Canada. It's now nearing the end for it's useful life.
Summary: I had this unit for two years now. It works great with voice turn by turn instructions and quick response. touch screen works great. only problem with the unit is the slow initial connection to get a signal, but that's a small problem.
Summary: I purchased this model of Mio last year for more money. It has held up well. It has many of the features of more expensive gps's. It is simple to use and gets the job done. i purchased this one as a gift for my wife. My only complaint is that battery life is not so great.
Summary: I have had this GPS for a little over a year. It was VERY hard to learn. In fact it was so hard to learn that I am terrified of purchasing a different brand (way to go Mio!). I would recommend using the GPS on routes you drive every day until you get the hang of it.
Summary: I bought the MIO C230 for my girlfriend, and got the tom tom for myself. Not only was the MIO cheaper than the tom tom but the ease of use compared to the tom tom was amazing. I love that it talks to you and tells you what roads to turn on.
Summary: This item is a very good beginner GPS. The interface is very easy to use and simple to understand. The point to point directions are very clear and the volume is very loud(you can still hear it if you playing the radio in your car).
Summary: I've had a Mio C230 for about a year now. I chose it over the Garmin, Tom Tom, or other "fancier" models as a price-sensitive customer. A year later, I have to say that I am pleased with my purchase decision overall.