Pros The design integrates well with the iPod styling
Cons Setup is a little clumsy.
Summary The setup instructions are a little vague. I suggest logging onto radio-locator.com and getting a list of frequencies from a 200 mile radius of your location. After that, find a frequency with the largest gap between stations and set your iTrip to it. When I did this, the iTrip worked beautifully with no cross-talk or static. Even though the frequency I chose for the iTrip had a weak signal (not static), it was from a station over 200 miles away. My car radio was easily able to lock onto the iTrip and ignore the weaker signal. Since then, I've enjoyed the convenience. If you take road trips in your car, you will certainly have to do this process for each region of the country you visit. Overall, this product does what I wanted it to do.
Pros You can't really argue convenience
Cons As noted less sound quallity
Summary As someone who really likes audiobooks, this was worth the money. There are other ways to engineer a connection in the car, but this works fine. The sound quality is lower, like an FM station, but it is an FM station. I play live music and get paid for it, so I'm not about to say this device won't disappoint audiophiles, but I'm pleased with the value.
Pros Excellent support, no waiting, helpful people
Cons Sound could be a little richer
Summary Mine didn't work at first(you have to stop playing the data track immediately, if you wait for the light to flash you're too late...) I called the support line, got a tech support person immediately who skillfully led me through the process. I give their support an A+
Pros Fits nicely on Ipod mini
Cons Very Weakly built.
Summary I purchased and Itrip Mini, however the connector to the Ipod broke off. It took griffin 1 month to replace it with a new Itrip. The day after I got this Itrip, I did nothing unusual with it. It snapped off again. I urge everyoune not to buy this product, because it is cheap crap.
Pros Easy to use. Fits Ipod mini easily.
Cons Static is common
Summary I love my itrip. As a commuter in Los Angeles I love listening to my own music in my car. The default station of 87.9 wroks pretty well in the city. I do get some static everyonce in a while. Fortunatley, I have a slot underneath my radio to fit my ipod, and the closer it is to the radio the less static I get. For the price it is definalty worth it! $25 at Taget.