actually i looked up customgadz website the other day and they are getting close to releasing their Mimics for android so we may not be too far off from that. they even have a video, about $170 for the kit i believe. so now the controversy comes down to, dedicated android nav unit or mimics standalone? considering the fact you would have to get a new HDMI dock every time you got a new phone....and that phone would have to have HDMI, plus the fact you would be without anything if you didn't have your phone with you and would have to plug it in every time you got in your car.
You know whats funny, is that us car pc people know better. The standard enduser though may be all over this, just because it has the word Android in it. Now what Bybyte should have done is allow us to plug our own Android devices into the unit. Then it all pops up onto a fixed 7 inch touchscreen and is controlled from there. To control the Radio aspect of the device, I simply download a simple app from the market. That would have made much more sense and maybe lowered the price a bit since its the phone that will be doing most of the work.