Join Date: Jan 2007
Location: Anaheim Hills, CA, USA
Screen is tiny
I have the StreetPilot I3, and have it mounted and tethered on the brake reservoir . I can take photo's later this week if you're interested in the details of how it is mounted.
I really recommend getting a GPS with a larger display. The I3 has a tiny screen, and it is difficult (read: Dangerous) to try and read the upcoming street names on the display. The turn-by-turn directional display is good enough to show you when to turn, but taking your eyes off the road long enough to actually read the display is not advised.
The 128Mb card is large enough that I have CA, NV, AZ & Western TX loaded, so it does hold a lot of maps, and is easy to change the maps.
I don't know how to integrate it into the comm system, but if you did it would only tell you "turn right in 1/4 mile". I'm saving my pennies to buy a larger unit, and something with bluetooth and Text to Speech. Since I have used the I3 in the car for quite a while, I'm used to looking only at the turn indicator screen and not the street name details.
This is a good unit, but overall I don't recommend it for the bike.
Anaheim Hills, CA