Does the new TFT provide satellite radio capability?While I like the analog, as jetspeed said, it is mostly useless. I use the right side for current consumption on top and usually range on the bottom, though I will scroll through tire pressures and voltage output engine temp. The speedo's numbers are way too small and the speedo on the gps is accurate.
Yes, I realize the NAV x can show those things, but the NAV x does not offer XM radio, so I have the 665--if it had XM, I'd have the NAV
I would not have any problem with something the size of a mini i pad to replace the dash, especially if I could configure its "desktop" to my liking.
ORs and most acute care units have had digital readouts, traces, curves, on TFTs for decades. They are very configurable and obviously easily read, and reliable out the wazou. There are very very few analog dials left and they are for mostly measures that are static. I would be totally comfortable with a big-a$$ TFT display. Not something to trade for, but if offered, I'm there.