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. Since I got it I've had two down-loadable firmware upgrades. One of the additions is the ability to enter a zip code to get a city.
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. I'm not sure how to put this, but the device is not very "grippable". i'm always afraid of it slipping from my hands because of its shape and smooth contours.
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. Reasons? Several... A neat feature of the TT is that, with all the maps on the unit, there is no need for computer set up.