I'm purchasing a new GPS for my folks, who have an older model car with no in-dash GPS. They also have an older-model GPS with an eensy little screen and a lot of limitations (e.g. spoken directions don't indicate the name of the street you're turning onto.) Requirements are: - Must have turn-by-turn spoken directions, including names of streets. - Must include lifetime map updates. - Lane assistance would be awesome. - Dash or windshield mount would be valuable. - Traffic info would be cool, but isn't a necessity. They would not appreciate getting ads with their traffic data. - No need to play music or provide phone calls or anything like that. - Phone turn-by-turn apps won't suffice -- needs to work in areas w/ poor reception. Is there anything else I should think about when choosing a unit? Does anyone here own a GPS they really like? What would you recommend? Budget is around $150. Thanks!