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lets see does it suport the iPhone ? and the D3 is half the price. your coin.
I have an AVIC-D2 in my teg, so I like not having to switch disks when using NAV. Plus the ability to load destinations from the PC onto USB and SD card will be nice, shouldn't have to purchase disks updates either. Already have the xm navtraffic tuner with my D2, so it'll be interesting to see how the MSN service handles traffic. Supposedly the interface is more intuitive. Hopefully the voice control works well, it uses Parrots system for Bluetooth.

Not sure what you mean by iPhone support, but according to pioneers page for the iPod adaptor, it supports all iPods from Oct 2005 on, I would hope that means the iPhone too.

Here's pioneers european page for it:

AVIC-F900BT Pioneer Navigation - GPS system - Satellite Navigation - GPS
 

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Uh...it's FLASH memory nav? About a quarter of the data of the Avic D3's DVD nav? I'll stick to the D3 ty. The D3 has quite possibly the best iPod controls yet, there is NO reason to use CDS, and flash memory is a touchy subject...sure it LASTS longer, but you have far less space for data.
Flash should be fine, most of the dvd isn't map information, it's points of interest. I can count how many times I've used a POI search on one hand. The AVIC-S1 I have has less memory and it does just fine and still has 1.5 million points of interest.
 
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