So, I bought this as a gift for the wife since she was heading for a girls weekend in Syracuse (this past weekend). I spent Friday figuring out how it worked and explaining the operation to her. Her friend that rode with her also had a GPS, but it was a higher end model (maybe a 325 or 350). Both worked well, but I think that we will be upgrading as well.\r\n\r\nHits:\r\n-Good display\r\n-Decent battery life\r\n-Cheap price\r\n-small (fits easily in coat pocket)\r\n\r\nMisses:\r\n-Does not come with a map of Canada (we live on the border), the higher end model does.\r\n-Does not tell you the name of the street you are turning onto (the higher end model does.)\r\n-The suction cup does not work on the glass easily. I had it on for a minute then decided to change locations, and it would not go back on.\r\n\r\nI think I will look at the 325 or 350, but all-in-all, I like the Tom-Tom. Seems like a good product, just realized that the low price was a good incentive, yet I want more.\r\n\r\nOh, a rant about the map. Currently, Walmart is selling the 125 for . The map for Canada is I believe. Or I can buy the 140 for 0 and it includes the maps of US and Canada. It boggles the mind why T-T does not include the map of Canada. Oh well.