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I've got it and it works pretty well. A couple questionable decisions on route choices but only on journeys I know part of the area so maybe its taking the quicker route whereas I want to the more convenient route. On unknown journeys, it's been excellent.
Got my iPhone connected to my Alpine HU, so as I listen to music, it gives instructions over the top. Can hear nice and clear, the screen is good and informative, the lane assist works great, basically tells you which lane to be in for sliproads (not sure on other junctions as I don't use it loads).
Download the app through iTunes, 300Mb-ish. Updates ok to do on the iPhone though. All maps installed onto phone so no data needed, although think data is used sometimes for Assisted GPS, but I think its pretty minimal. One of the latest updates had speed camera warning, which was a free update of course.
Input is very easy, just put in postcode, then house number if you want to, it calculates the route very quickly and then you're ready to go. I was pleased I got it, and for £26 seems absolutely great value. Now I just need a decent car holder.
The latest update for copilot sorted the issues out for me. Including the handling of calls mid nav. Stuff magazine reviewed them this month, copilot came out on top. Iirc they said they'd prefer copilot even if tomtom was the same price.