Garmins and Magellans in the GPS market. But, for the "right features at the right price" crowd, we think the newly official EasyStreet NVM-4370 will do just fine. It offers a 4.3-inch touch-screen, 4GB of memory plus an SD slot for expansion, text-to-speech in three languages, Bluetooth and mic for hands-free calling, an input for a TMC traffic receiver, and an FM transmitter for beaming voice prompts and MP3/WMA/WAV files to your radio. Plus, there's an input for a rear-view camera, which isn't exactly common in a $300 GPS. Mind you, the camera itself is likely to set you back another couple hundie, but if your driveway is frequently littered with toys (or kids), that may be a sound investment.