I have owned the TomTom 910 for a month now. I have the new maps, but I am quite disappointed with the accuracy of the POI database (and wish to make a bit of polite noise on the forum.)\r\n\r\nAs I've traveled across the States, we have found nearly 20 POI's so far that either do not exist or are improperly referenced; and some major POI's are simply missing as I've noted elsewhere on the forum. Today, it took us an hour of driving around in a 40 foot tour bus from POI to POI to find a laundromat that actually existed. Finally I decided to call the fourth one before going there, and the number referenced to it was incorrect (this has happened with more than one POI-\-\-old phone numbers.) The fifth laundromat I called was also the wrong number. Finally, the sixth was correct, and was actually where TomTom said it was! \r\n\r\nIt's as though TomTom bought an eight year old database at a GPS garage sale. I hate to be negative, but really. Sure businesses come and go, but I have never found another GPS to be [I]this[/I] outdated, including older ones that I have had the chance to use extensively. \r\n\r\nLet's hope the next POI update is better researched. Companies out there which license this information DO provide accurate and up to date databases. Perhaps TomTom needs to invest a few more dollars if they want to be serious about GPS in North America.