Summary: Best Indash Ive had by far, love the voice recognition. Has input for all the goodies like ipod, or memory card. What can I say the quality you expect from pioneer is always exceeded by their actual quality.
Summary: i like the in dash idea BUT thus nav tells you are at your destination when you are only in the area, its seriously complicated especially when your destination is across the street it is forever telling you to go back, it does not stop talking as to keeping right, keeping left
Summary: I replaced my 8000BT with this unit. Overall, I really like it, but... The GPS is seriously lacking - works well in the cities but if you live anywhere else, the maps are very outdated and the road I live on is simply listed as unpaved road. My Garmin was much more informed. Also, the timing of routes is incredibly bad. It apparently thinks that if you are driving on an unpaved road, you cannot drive more than about five MPH!
Summary: I was looking for a unit to replace the stock HU in my 2005 Altima. I wanted a GPS but didn't want to have something stuck to the windshield. This gave me the GPS plus AM/FM, CD, USB, 3.5mm hookup, SD Card and possiblity to add Ipod adapter later. Also has Bluetooth, which has turned out to be a great addition and is much safer than fumbling with a phone while driving. SD Card is great. I can get around 120 songs on a 2GB SC Card, great for long trips.
Summary: I am very happy with this GPS / Radio. The GPS has proven to be accurate and up to date. It's easy to read and easy to use. I enjoy the connection to the IPOD, it's like having your IPOD controls on the screen of the receiver. The blue tooth connection is great, all cell phone calls go through the receiver. Calls are clear. I would recommend this unit.