Summary: After a couple of months of ownership of the product I have nothing but good things to say about it. Put in the address of your destination and let TomTom Go Plus do its thing. I really like the talking prompts that give you ample time to do what ever manuvering TomTom calls for.
Conclusion: TomTom Go is a great product, I have liked the Navman iCN630 V2, especially with the 3D style maps, but TomTom has several features above the iCN630 V2 here, namely a smaller compact unit, an internal battery and an extremely good audio setup, and the price is considerably lower.
Summary: First I would like to thank the reviewer who brought up the TamTam software to make this device macintosh compatible. It was the deciding factor in my purchase. There are only a couple of minor inconveniences that aren't worthy of a star removal.
Summary: After owning for some years a Garmin Street Pilot III I decided to try a new GPS, hoping that technology would have improved- not that the Street Pilot wasn't doing its job, but there's always room for improvement. After seraching and re-searching, I went for the TomTom Go Plus with pre-loaded maps.