I was interested in getting one of these for my car for a while. Not necessarily this model. Just a computer I could put in my car. The problem is I didn't know which one to get. So, I figure just buy the cheapest one you can get first to see how easily it will be to get it working. Most of it was easy to install. The radio works, I can Bluetooth my tablet or phone to listen to music (which is good for MP3 playback or iHeartRadio), and it allows the addition of a USB drive. I can, literally, have up to 8000 songs in my car at once (32 GB / 4 MB a song = 8,000 songs).The problem lies in the fact that it came with a camera that I haven't been able to get working and a GPS. Now, I didn't get it to utilize the camera (and it was a used item that cost me $150, so not bad anyways). However, the GPS software wasn't easy to get working. It uses iGO Primo GPS (the car version of their software) of which iGO themselves discontinued. The software they offer customers to update their PDAs or SD card with maps won't even recognize the SD card I got to hold the maps. They still offer the app version of their software, of which the software was last updated back in 2009 (the software not the maps). To find some maps, I had to go to gpspower.net to see where I could find some. Furthermore, you're going to need to buy a Micro-SD card to put the maps on.