After much deliberation I finally got the TomTom Go 920 w/ the Dell deal and here is my review. I put the TT Go 920 up against my buddy's Garmin Streetpilot c550. My TT has software v7.220 with the 700maps.\n\nGo 920 and its features I love...\n\n-The remote makes using the unit about 100% easier when having to do stuff on the road.\n-POI's near my current location (Not on the garmin, as far as mu buddy could tell.)\n-Smoothness of the tracking on the maps.\n-Horizon view shows an extremely accurate view of the roads coming up.\n-Rock solid window mount\n-Auto night mode\n-Super fast (re)routing\n-Great speaker\n-Notify me when certain category of POIs are coming up.\n(I downloaded a POI list of all brewery's in the world and threw it on and set a warning for Homer Simpsons "mmm, Beer" to play. However I would love to be able to tap the POI icon as it comes up in the map or in the right hand corner when it blinks and have it give me the information about that POI. Not details, but just the name of it. If I want to see it I have to go to menu > POIs near me > and then (in my case) click the brewpub category.\n\nThings the Garmin did way better than the TomTom...\n\n-TTS on the Garmin was much better than that of the TomTom. (I tried both Kate and Susan) Example... when on I-91 the TT would pronounce it nah-eee-n-tee-one. When approaching any bridges the TT would say Brooklyn Branch or Triboro Branch instead of bridge. Come on now. Also theGarmin would read to you the POIs name to you upon reaching it.\n-Actual directions. The Garmin would warn your earlier about when to get over to the exit and actually say the exit number to get off. "Exit ramp at Exit 14 (exit name)" opposed to TT's "14 (exit name)"\n-Tell you which side of the street your destination is on.\n-The Garmin would actually warn you when your battery was getting low, the TT just stops and shows the battery low screen.\n-When waiting at light with the road we are supposed to turn on in front of us leaving a shopping center the TT would tell me I was already on the street I should be on, where the Garmin would show us perpendicular to the road we were supposed to turn on.\n-Sign notifications were easier to read. The Garmin would show you your next move prominently on the screen I-89 to I-91\n\nOther things I noticed about the TT\n\nWhen trying to route from Burlington to Smugglers Notch (our ski resort of choice) the TomTom tried to take us on a road that is closed during the winter months do to snow. I tried to mark the road as closed but it told me it could not. I presume this was because we were driving on the road for a good 20 miles already and couldn't just mark a section of it closed to upload to mapshare.\n\nI just couldnt get my Blackberry 8700 to pair up for data on the TomTom, no matter how many settings I have tried. Handsfree pairing was a breeze though.\n\nNow for a weird anomaly which I am not sure if other TT users have reported. I noticed that if I had my TT unplugged and about 5 minutes before the low battery screen would come on, you would start hearing weird cracking sounds coming from the speaker. Almost like there was an electrical short. Like the sound of unplugging one end of a speaker cable from the source and touching it to metal. Normal? I don't think so...\n\nSome other notes I wanted to make that I did not include in my original review.\n\n-The Garmin screen was noticeably more visible when in direct sunlight when compared to the TomTom which was slightly washed out.\n-Love that the TomTom interfaces w/ Google Maps for sending favorites directly to your GPS.\n-There were many text formatting issues that were flat out wrong. Example: State abbreviations were not capitalized properly, NY was shown as Ny.\n-The POI database has formatting issues as well. I went to my favorite college bar "Side Street Grille" in Hamden, CT but the POIDB in the TT spells it as "Side street grille" Why does it only capitalize the first letter of a string of text.\n- There was one instance where the TT wanted to take me off the highway an exit early to add 10 minutes onto my trip when the next exit was across the street from my friends apartment.\n- I cannot shake the fact that the unit pronounces Brooklyn Br, George Washington Br, etc as Brooklyn "Branch" and George Washington "Branch" makes me wonder if TT ever uses/tests their own devices out in the field or they just wait for people like us to review them.\n\nFor those still undecided because of the screen like I was...\nIf you think you wont like the TomTom maps because it doesn't anti-alias like the Garmin does and its maps have less detail, DO NOT worry. I got annoyed by the extra roads at times the Garmin would display. (You can always reduce the level of detail on the Garmin though.) Surprisingly I like the map view on the TomTom much better than Garmin's. Don't let the screen be a deal breaker.