I purchased Makayama Media Studio for TomTom mid-Summer of this year when it first came out. Basically, it allowed the older GO models to convert, transfer, and play videos/movies on their TomTom GO. It is a very nice application and worked quite well. \r\n\r\nHowever, in a final response to multiple emails that I've sent to Makayama support, I received the following:\r\n\r\n[I]"...we have decided not to make our player compatible with the 700 on 6.15 software versions. The reasons for this are company confidential and have to do with development cost vs. return on investment. I can offer you a refund, so that you may purchase the Mobilnova player if you wish."[/I]\r\n\r\nThe problem I was having was that Makayama v2.0 now supports v6.11 of the TomTom software on the X10 series, but does not support v6.15 of the TomTom software on the X00 (older Go's) series. Part of the installation process of Makayama will downgrade your older GO to v5.2X of the TomTom software! \r\n\r\nI am not sure why it is so different/difficult to support v6.XX for all TomToms, but apparently it is. I also think that Makayama doesn't realize how many of the older GO models are out there right now versus the new X10 series, but that's their business choice. Note that this rather significant limiation is not stated on their website, so buyer beware! \r\n\r\nHas anyone purchased/tried the [URL="http://www.mobilnova.com/MobilNova/en/"]MobilNova[/URL] solution yet? The description on the MobilNova website says that it will only run on v6 of the TomTom software, and does support all GO models. Apparently, MobilNova was able to do what Makayama could not (or would not). However, MobileNova is almost double the price of Makayama, so I wanted to see if anyone has puchased it yet, and what their opinion of it is.