I've had this phone for about a week now and have tried most functions. This phone is ideal for those wishing to buy a phone and a gps (satnav) system. This may sound obvious but it's never that simple. There are quite a few phones for less money that boast gps, but sadly all are only a-gps and therefore rely on connecting (gprs) to the phone mast for assistance as to location. This isn't a problem if you have a contract with data included.If you are PAYG then this will cost £ - how much will depend on how far you travel and the detail of mapping downloaded as well. If you are abroad then this will cost ££ even if on a contract. If like me you are a light user and can't justify a contract then this is the best solution. Having a built in gps receiver and turn by turn voice navigation works well. In the "on-foot" mode it loses the voice navigation but with a built in compass gives you pointer information to the destination - sadly this cannot be input by lat long co-ordinates. Maps are pre-loaded for the area you are in ie UK. Other maps for the rest of the world can be downloaded from the internet (OVI) for free for life on to the supplied 2gb memory card, it also comes with a mobile holder for fixing to your windscreen and in car charger. It's unlocked to any network (except 3). Camera 2mp is ok as is radio and mp3 player. This is also a good solution for motorcyclists not wishing to spend a fortune on a motorcycle gps system which are around £300. if you go to nokia shop online via quidco it's only £83 after cashback 18%.