We're all anxiously awaiting your review! Chop chop!
As for me, I had some PREVIOUS GRIPES (http://www.mp3car.com/vbulletin/lcd-...v-monitor.html) about the resolution and scaling. After having it in my car a few days here's what I've found:
* No problems with glare on the screen
* Excellent brightness level, clearly visible in all lighting situtations except direct sunlight
* Decent and consistent touch response (fingernail tap required, doesn't respond well to plain finger press but I think that's common in touch screens)
STUFF THAT WILL MAKE YOU MAD:
* Touchkit software fails to re-detect touchscreen after returning from hibernation. A reboot solves this or I hear closing and reopening Touchkit (haven't tried that yet) works too. Also power off monitor before hibernation and power up after returning from hibernation works.
* Bad results in below ~25 degree temperature. It's freezing cold in the morning and I get transparent blue vertical lines until things warm up. Not too much of a problem since the specs say 23 degrees is the lowest operational temperature.
* As previously mentioned, it will not display dot-for-dot 800x480 even if your video card supports that resolution. It will take 800x480 signal, scale it down to 640x480, then stretch, distort, and ruin it back into 800x480.
* Doesn't mount easily with Pyle PLGN-19 gooseneck mount. The metal tab that slides into the back slot of the monitor for mounting is too thick and doesn't fit. You have to file it down thinner to get it to slide in. Not sure if this is a Pyle or Xenarc problem but it sucks either way.
Overall I think this thing would be a great product if it was not for the idiotic feature that prevents it from displaying dot-for-dot 800x480. Even if it is the "cheap" model, it still costs $300 and I don't think that's a good excuse. Prior to this I had never heard of an LCD display that was incapable of displaying dot-for-dot in its native resolution.