"Not a reliable GPS by any means"2.0 starson by jkada001
Pros: The wide screen display (4.3 inches) was crystal clear, and the system provided an easy to use menu that is common among Garmin products. Free traffic alerts for life also a plus.
Cons: Inaccurate navigation. Example: In Maryland, the voice and text feature indicated wrong directions (i.e. saying 29-south when we were going on 29-north, saying 193-west when we were going east). Voice is also garbled and hard to understand.
Summary: Why pay $550-$600 on a navigation system that can't get the roads right? A system this expensive should not give two errors on one commute in a major metro area (DC-Baltimore). The garbled voice was also unexpected, since the Garmin nuvis outside of the 7x5 series (e.g. 660) have crystal clear voices. If you're a Garmin fan, avoid the 7x5 models (765t, 775t, 785t) and stick with the other nuvis which have been solid.
The on-off swich was also a nuisance, as it does not lock into place. Therefore, since it takes a while for the 765t to turn on, you don't know if you ACTUALLY turned it on or not, and you'll find yourself fiddling with it.