Trying to decide which one I want to invest in and these two features seem to be the largest difference between the two that needs clarifying. IQ Routes seems pretty clear actually: "Only TomTom uses actual speed data collected from millions of users to calculate the fastest routes at any point in time. Imagine a route that takes into account rush hour, traffic lights, zebra crossings, school exits or even shopping crowds, every minute of every day." But I'm less clear on how MyRoutes compares. From what I have read what seems certain is that it determines my driving style and calculates what route matches my style. Yet, my driving style changes depending on where I am driving, where I am going, and whether or not I'm in a hurry. Basically, in every situation I want the route that is least stressful (i.e. least congested, fewest stops, quickest) which IQ Routes claims to provide. Considering the data MyRoutes is pulling from users, I would expect the same implementation but if my driving style isn't efficient should I expect my route to be inefficient as well? Which of these two features would you prefer if you had to choose between the two?