Picked up a 720 yesterday using a 12% off coupon at BB, haven't used it yet, I'm still in the setup stage. I have to say the initial setup is a little confusing, they don't give you much info. It's odd that the version of Home on my CD is actually newer than the version they have online, duh. Though once the 1.6 installed, it asked if I wanted to upgrade to the 2.0. I didn't use the 1.6, so I don't know what I'm missing, I kinda liked the look at it, but since this is all new to me, I'll just stick with 2.0\r\n\r\nThey needed to be clear that you should turn the unit on before plugging it into the computer, plugging it in, it just sat there and it couldn't find drivers. Luckily the 1.6 Home told me at the top to unplug the unit, so I did, ran through the setup, then plugged it in. I hope 2.0 has that kind of info. After I got it home I got a case of the "oh craps", because I'm using Vista 64 and don't have device drivers for my iPhone or Sony eReader, and didn't think about that when getting the 720. I'm happy to say it works fine in Vista 64-bit. Too bad Apple and Sony are such small companies that they can't spare the resources to make drivers...\r\n\r\nThe 2 really dumb things I've run into at this point is A)I'm used to manuals that have the "Before you start..." section at the beginning of the manual. In this case, that information is on page 36 of the manual. Tom Tom apparently expects you to pull out the unit, turn it on, and start using it in your car immediately. And B) the reason I was looking for the info is that the guide and the manual mention charging the unit for 2 hours when you first plug it in. Ok, that makes perfect sense. But...Is there a way to know when the unit is fully charged??? There's no battery indicator on the screen. The green LED light on the front turns on when it's plugged in, and I'm going to assume it's always that way, instead of the traditional charging scheme of either amber when charging, green when charged, or blinking when charging. And there's no info on this in the manual. WTH? So I guess I'll wait 2 hours and hope it's fully charged. Is this really what you have to do?