Well its been a long time in coming. I finally decided I wanted something besides my old factory radio, using my XM Skydock and iPod for Sat Radio. I liked the current setup, because through my iPod and/or iPhone I was able to get everything I wanted sort of all in one. I think from my past most of you know I am partial to JVC Head Unit. I've had a few JVC head units over the years and they have always served me well. So it was natural that when I went looking that I'd look in that direction. I also found out that JVC and Kenwood merged under JVC (article here) So, which JVC did I go with. JVC KW-KV60 and boy howdy it does everything I wanted and then some. Now I don't need the XM Skydock, because when I purchased the JVC head unit, I also picked up one of the (Sirius XM Ready) XM Tuners. This thing is so freaking small, wow we've come a long way baby. I couldn't believe it. I included a picture below. This head unit gives me Video from my iPod, along with Pandora, MOG, Tune In, Motion X Drive Navigation. All works seamlessly from the touch control display. This baby also does DiVX though I don't I'll use that much. Here are some pictures: JVC KW-AV60 Plus the SiriusXM Ready XM Tuner Here is the XM Tuner, the size is so small compared to previous setups I've had. Used my existing antenna and these new head units don't require a translater so its just the tuner/interface cable and an antenna. Sirius Interface on the JVC (Nice SiriusXM Logo) though a bit blurry. Here is MOG on the JVC (Still love MOG sound quality over everything else) Pandora on the JVC (Great interface) Tune In (Won't use this much) Slacker on the JVC (Not supported natively, but it works) The iPod Interface looks just like the Slacker interface, so I won't post a picture of it. I also didn't take a picture of the navigation screen, but if anyone wants to see it I will. It looks and works great. I can tell you finding POI's is a hell of a lot more up to date than anything Garmin has right now. These pictures aren't the highest quality as I was in a hurry and the sun was so bright it was hard not to get any shadows. This head unit is currently $274 on Amazon and you can also buy the SiriusXM Ready XM Tuner for $50 and there is a $30 mail in rebate. I totally love this setup! One point of interest, when I first turned on the head unit, I noticed right away that the copyright info says 2012 JVC Kenwood Corporation. Also the XM Tuner was already activated. Not sure why, but when it dies I will contact Sirius and move my subscription over.