I can't believe I missed this but about a week ago, the Tap Critic released a news/update video on youtube about G-Map, regarding the "misunderstanding" of what what features were expected for 3.0 and what actually came out. Some quick thoughts after seeing video: -They're "promising" landscape and all the other features seen in the previous Tap Critic video. -I didn't realize Sean was the developer of G-Map. Heh. Thought he was a PR Rep. -Contacts integration looks like a go. For the record, Sygic, AT&T Navigator/Telenav and now G-Map will all be including contacts integration in future updates. -Still no mention of ipod integration. Here's a link: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bu0FX6Y3nkU In its present form, I actually think G-Map is a decent application. It's good, fairly reliable and it has the best voice quality of all the GPS apps, IMO. If X-Roads finally delivers on their promise, G-Map might be the one app that TomTom really needs to worry about.