It appears to be Vastly more expensive than aGPS for Mapoint. aGPS has sufficent features for my needs, and has been very reliable.
What you charge for a 30 day demo, TechGT charge to register the final add on.
Their demo is free to try, and although it has a 10minute test limit session limit before it needs to be restarted, it was usable long enough to confirm to me that it was worth the money. Navstar didn't give me that option.
WizardPC: Good point fella.
mobilegps: the 7 day trial is a better option now. But I'm still happy with aGPS, as it allowed me to try when I wanted to, not when it felt it was losing out the competition.
The software is not available for that 7 days trial. They want money for a longer trial period! How you could compare with AGPS, when you have no option to test it before buy it?
And there is written on the web site regarding license policy that is available for 7 days. Either they should change it on the web site or let the people to download that 7 day trial period.