Most aspects of my Navigon use have been positive so far. However, I'm trill trying to figure out who the sadistic SOB was who developed the POI process! I'm having a heck of a time finding things. A "near me" search will turn up some things, but not others that are even closer, but if I start with "City Name" it will find the place that was closer (i.e. so I know it was in the database somewhere). I thought, "OK no biggie. I'll just use the Statewide search to eliminate issues of exactly where city boundaries lie. Well, the Statewide search can't really find much of anything. In fact, according to the Statewide search there isn't a Home Depot, Walmart, or Target in the entire state. Any thoughts? What could I be doing wrong? I have all options on as far as categories to find (sliders set to on) and as I said, if I do certain types of searches I can find things eventually, but it just doesn't make sense. I'm used to my Garmin where I can just search by name without first knowing the city. In fact, the area I live in is filled with lots of smaller cities and even as a native I'm not always sure exactly what city certain things might be located in. I have to be looking at this the wrong way. It really can't be this poorly designed, can it?