"questions unanswered?"1.0 starson by EFFred
Pros: No longer a lawsuit magnet.
Cons: XM caved to RIAA and removed features.
Summary: When it was introduced in 2006, the original Inno was the subject of a lawsuit by the recording industry, which hated its ability to "disaggregate" songs recorded from XM broadcasts, among other things. XM ultimately settled the lawsuit in 2008.
This CNET review doesn't tell us whether the new post-lawsuit Inno has given up the features that the RIAA hated in the original Inno. Can you still navigate recorded XM broadcasts by song and artist? Can you delete by individual song, rather than the entire recording? Early reviews at XMFan.com suggest those features are absent from the new Inno XMP3.
Here's hoping CNET comes back to this review and explains what other features the post-lawsuit Inno lacks.