Summary: Window mount broke fairly soon after I purchased and the unit does not hold a charge for very long. The GPS unit itself is easy to navigate and I did find that it was usually more accurate than my iPhone on getting me to a destination.
Summary: Acquisition of GPS signal is much better in this device than my last. The Live feature of the device cost $60/annually. The one time I used the traffic feature, the detour was just as bad. The ability to do a Google search is nice but not mandatory. The maps are lifetime but I seem to always have to call support to get them activated. The battery doesn't last long but I use it in vehicle so not a problem.
Summary: I spend 5-6 hours everyday in the company vehicle delivering products to mostly residential customers, so a GPS is mandatory equipment in my line of work. My previous navigational device was an Insignia model with Internet connectivity (Google search, gas prices, etc.) so I was initially excited to upgrade to a well-known manufacturer like Tomtom. It appears my excitement may have been slightly unwarranted.