Installed this on my 2005 Tundra. Fit well, looks nice. Installation took about 4 hours, but was a multi-day process. The 'free' installation kit was disappointing. I found a nicer one on Ebay for $8. I have a Tundra with the JBL system and it caused some wiring headaches. After two attempts at using converter kits, I gave up just ran new speaker wires. My upgrade included 4 new JBL 6.5s in the doors and the sound is good and strong. I think the Boss app is actually a little stronger than the Tundra model anyway. This system does everything 'pretty good'. Start up times on the CD and GPS take 3-5 seconds...which seems like forever when you're lost! The GPS does work well once it's up. The system includes maps for Europe, etc. Maybe less maps would mean faster start-ups??? The volume levels are inconsistent from one source to the other (radio vs CD for example). Clock works perfectly well unlike some complaints I've read. The back-up camera is great (camera not included). What I learned: Instead of trying to figure out what wire to tap into, just run a piece of 22ga to the backup lights when you're running the camera feed. It's an extra $3 and a lot less grief. Also, instead of connecting the DVD 'lock out' wire to the parking break's ground wire, just connect it to radio's ground wire. Playing music from my windows phone via blu-tooth sounded really bad. Switched to wife's iphone and it was much better. As a result I'm using the headphone jack connection instead. Haven't used the blu-tooth for phone conversations.
After a month I'll still finding new features and functionality. That's because the documentation for the radio & GPS suck! Geez, why can't they spend an extra day and do a decent translation!!!!!
Overall you'd have to spend twice as much to get a better system and then with only moderate improvements.
One last tidbit. I started with the BV9380NV. The user interface was so crazy and it hung up so often that I returned it and got this (the older) model. 9370 is much better!
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