Pros If it worked it would have been a great product. The idea was great but the reality is bleak.
Cons Despite the advertisement this product is not functional with iPod Touch. It may work with iPhone.
Summary Magellan advertisement is misleading. This Kit is not working with iPod Touch. Don't waste your money on this product and you can never rely on their customer service. They will not resolve your issues. Stay away from them.
Pros *Easy to set up
*Easy to pair bluetooth with iPhone
*Use speaker or car audio (good sound quality)
*GPS, bluetooth device, and iPhone can be charged with one plug (finally!)
Cons Pricey. Although it was on sale at BestBuy.com.
Pros -> GPS booster works well, 50-60% improvement in signal
-> Works with my NAVIGON application on iPhone
-> High quality sound integration (iTunes)
-> SOLID construction
-> surprisingly good BlueTooth performance
Cons -> Button on the back? what were they thinking? Very difficult to get at when you're driving!
-> No way to skip songs on iTunes
Summary I'm very happy with the unit - it does what I wanted, and the Bluetooth is a bonus, works better than my other hands-free BT system, which was unexpected. Unlike my BlueAnt S1, the Magellan actually works with voice activated dialing on the iPhone. And the price was reasonable, considering the quality of this unit, the built-in handsfree, etc. A decent visor-mounted handsfree alone costs more than the Magellan, so contrary to what the C-NET reviewer said, I think it's value for money.