I'm still glad I bought mine. It has worked great and has been reliable.
I'm typically a Garmin fan (I have a bunch of them) but I have seen lots more people complaining about the Zumo than the TomTom - but then again there are a lot more Zumos out there so it is all relative.
The Rider still has all of the cons that I have mentioned in an earlier review, but I have learned to live with them.
I leave the voice turned off. I find that it is too verbose and sometimes the entire message does not come through the Sena. Note that my Sena is streaming Pandora from my iPhone most of the time.
If I want to look at something on the map quickly while stopped I much prefer the google maps interface on my phone.
But for general navigation, and (most importantly) taking me down interesting roads via the winding roads feature, I find the TomRom Rider does just fine.
It was well worth the $333 on Amazon.
2012 Vstrom 650 Adventure