"I love it."4.5 starson by jadd6810
Pros: its small, holds a ton of music when paired with an 8gb micro sd card. Going somewhere with no reception? No problem, leave auto record on and you'll have hours of recorded XM with you. I take it hiking and ATV riding and never lose signal.
Cons: Basically a beefed up Inno2. This is still satellite technology, figure where you can get a car GPS signal, you can get portable radio reception. Inside a house out of the docking port can be shady, but its made for outside.
Summary: If you have been curious about XM radio, you can get this unit online for less than 150 dollars. There are much cheaper units out there, some as low as 10 bucks if you look hard enough, but they dont have any of the features of the XMP3. You can either set your favorite stations to record or it will pick them for you based on your listening habits. With the included home docking station you should have no problem finding a signal.