I recently mentioned product spam in digital cameras, but check out all these GPS navigators from Garmin. It wasn't difficult for me to find two that are incredibly redundant: the nuvi 260W and nuvi 660. Both retail for about $399 (see their Amazon product pages here and here), both have a 4.3" touchscreen, both can say the names of streets and both have the same preloaded maps. However, the 660 has Bluetooth, a longer lasting battery, an FM transmitter, an MP3 player and a few other features the 260W lacks. So given that they're both the same price why would anyone logically choose the 260W over the 660? The really crazy thing is the 260W is newer. Why would Garmin introduce a new product with fewer features than an older product at the same retail price. Ugg...my head hurts... By comparison, TomTom's product line is much more streamlined and user-friendly, also the listed prices are much closer to the actual street prices.