Summary: I purchased an F900BT with my new truck purchase. The unit failed and had to be replaced three times. Recently, I ordered a 2012 map update for $120. The update failed in mid process and Pioneer charged me $80 to reset the software.
Summary: I got free used Avic-F900bt last year and installed in my Subaru Impreza 2 months ago, the radio is decnt, and I admit its pretty neat having a touch screen for the radio controls. This past week I finally got a Antenna for the GPS and a mic for the Bluetooth.
Summary: The only thing I don't like about this thing is that it does not run on android or ios. Seriously, these companies need to stop making touchscreen devices without consulting a true touch os company.
Summary: Fortunately they only made these units for a short period of time. I had always been a big Pioneer fan until this piece of garbage which turned into a waste of a thousand bucks. From the get go this thing gave me problems. The load up time is long. The touch screen is terrible.
Summary: This deck is worth every penny I paid for it. It is a little slow on startup, but makes up for that with the beautiful and easy to navigate interface. My friend has the Clarion NZ-409 (same as the NX-409) and the interface and features are plain and boring.
Summary: The Pionner AVIC f900BT delivers. Installation is pretty straight forward and easy. The system does everything you expect and want. The only downside is the FN Tuner. While it functions well, it does not have scrolling text that some stations prodcast on traditional local stations.