Summary: The touch screen on this thing never worked right from the moment we got it....and it would change screens on it own constantly (as if someone was pushing the lower left corner of screen)...we did all the trouble shooting, too....including using a credit card to clean out around the bezal....
Summary: GO 730 had screen issues from the start. After entering information, this Go 730 could not maintain the navigation map. Voice directions could be heard in the background, but the visual map could not be sustained longer than 3 or 4 minutes at a time without having to press done.
Summary: I purchased this unit about a year ago and was completely happy with the purchase until about 3 months ago. As other reviewers have mentioned, I also had a problem with the touch screen changing erratically.
Summary: DO NOT BUY A TOMTOM. Customer support is non-existent. I've waited over 1 hour to get an answer - they are ALWAYS busy 'assisting other customers'. They do not answer. I've not been able to reach a rep in months.
Summary: Very disappointed with TomTom. On hold for over 75 minutes. Had to dump and reload operating system twice. It took 5 hours for the mpas to download from their website (I'm serious!) and I have high speed internet! And then I find that the screen didn't work.
Summary: We purchased the TOM TOM Go "Bluetooth" in Nov 2009, and we had touble with it on a trip from Virginia to Pennsylviana in Aug 2010 (LESS THAN A YEAR LATER) We barely used prior to this trip. The GPS kept going back to the emergency help menu (It had been updated on-line as well).
Summary: I bought the Go 730 to use in my work truck,thinking I could use the fm transmitter to play music off a sd card thus saving me the need to put a cd player in my vehicle. The GPS function of this device seems to work properly but the FM transmitter/music playback leave a lot to be desired.
Summary: I used this GPS for 5 weeks of heavy use in Europe. It's the 3rd unit I've owned, only because the first two units went belly up within the first couple of days while connecting to the PC for updates and to download maps.
Summary: While my purchases to reviews ratio is terribly slanted towards the 'purchase' side, I considered the issues experienced with this item worth the effort to place the following in print. Warning: This is somewhat long.
Summary: I've had a TomTom One for several years and have always been very happy with it. I decided to upgrade to the 730 for its extra features like speech recognition, lane assist, FM transmitter and spoken street names.