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Pioneer All In One Nav Avic-n1

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I've really been persuaded to get a Navigation system installed in my 2000 Boxster S after seeing it in my boss' Volvo SUV. I see a lot of post for the Alpine D900 Screen and Navigation, but does anybody have any comments on the Pioneer All in One Nav AVIC-N1? I like the fact that it's all in one, but it's pretty inexpensive compared to the Alpine + Nav (standalone units = $3k+). Does anyone have the AVIC-N1 and if so, how do you like it? Is Pioneer skimping on some areas to bring the price down that low? Thanks, I love this board.

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Inexpensive is around $1,600 for an all in one system (6.5' LCD, DVD, MP3, XM, + Nav). I heard that a lot of people have complained about the system not being very user friendly, and a lot of people returning it, but it's such a good deal, I'm really thinking about buying it. Dale, can you tell me which one you replaced it for? And how picky are you (would a "normal" person find it acceptable?) Thanks

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