2007 Chevrolet Suburban
Yes, this install was a little intimidating at first, but it wasn't as difficult as I feared. When Maestro says that you need to run Internet Explorer up flash the module, they mean it. Microsoft's normal edge browser than many don't know is not internet explorer won't work. Not difficult, but might be easily missed by some. The product is pretty good. It retained factory features, integrated the Bose factory amp and speakers, and it even added screens not available on the OEM equipment. Mostly the product is good, but there are a few features, which might be vehicle specific (hard for me to know), which could use improvement. You can configure the factory steering wheel buttons based on single press or hold values, but if you try to repeatedly volume up or volume down and have hold functions assigned, the unit registered a rapid click as a hold. Slight flaw there. Also, the functions that I could assign to the steering wheel control was surprisingly limited. Maestro should really work with manufacturers to get the up to do preset and hold up seek. Instead, it was only registered as seek+ which is then interpreted by the radio however the radio sees fit. It was a "tune" up and down button. Don't get this wrong. Great product, but could be excellent.
Pros: Configurable plus hold functions available; vehicle info screens and dials; retained XM
Cons: Rapid button presses count as "hold" presses. Would like more screens available.