Summary: When I originally purchased this unit I was quite excited. Nice options, decent sound etc. Over time I noticed the screen was a little on the small side and that the lack of voice control over the gps was frustrating. You will have to go into settings every time to adjust.
Summary: I've had mine in my Mustang since Dec 2008 and still find new things on it. It has worked flawlessly for me. I took it back to the install place one time after about a year because I couldn't get HD stations, and they fixed it free. So I'm assuming it was a wiring thing.
Summary: I have never seen anything like this. First time we had to take it back for repair it was only 4 months old, so after several weeks waiting they decided to replace it with a refurbished unit, it worked for about a 20 months but for no rhyme or reason it would not boot up, so it went back to the...
Summary: This receiver was a problem from the start. I had to send it back to Pioneer to be fixed and they sent me somebody else's in return which was older based on the serial number. Slow start up and freezes at times. When the unit worked, it worked well. But it should have worked all the time.
Summary: Once you update to FW 3.0 the system is great. My only complaint is that each time you turn on the car it takes like 2 minutes to read and generate a listing for all your songs off your ipod (only if you are using the ipod cable)
Summary: The product functionality is great. The concept, the value for the money. But the unit has several quality issues. My bluetooth stopped working after a year use and had to send it for service cause it started to boot over and over. Hope pioneer improves these products.
Summary: I have not found other in-car product as annoying to use as this one. The GPS features are much inferior to other products such as Magellan. The audio sound quality is bad. You can't turn off the radio with a single click anywhere.