The beauty of this little darling is the fact that, unlike the old itrip, it's easy to tune 'on board'.
If you're looking at travelling more than, say 20 - 30 miles at a time, you can bet that the FM radio station you need to find on your car stereo that is noting but hiss will have some element of bleed from a nearby station or wander into a local radio, or even pirate frequency.
The ability to immediately tune to the next free station is dead easy to do and the whole thing is completely simple to use.
I do find a certain amount of sibilance (is that the correct spelling?) on quieter podcasts and some tracks, but this is a great, low cost option. I paid £20 at a local Curry's store and I'm well impressed with the unit - great value and dead easy to use.
The Tune Talk Stereo is...just awesome. At £30 the quality of the recording is just something else.
Recording in Stereo or mono WAV are your options.
I found that the stereo mic on the unit was so sensitive it picked up rumbles from the ipod that were a little intrusive. I use a £25 lavlier mic on the input and I have to say that the quality is near BBC audio.
I am SO impressed with this piece of equipment, it's easily replaced the £300 Edirol that I lost (how on earth did I do that?!) a few months ago.
If you've an Ipod classic or videoipod and want to start experimenting with recording, buy this. If you're an experienced podcaster - buy it, you won't be disappointed.
The only downside with the TuneTalk is that it doesn't work with the ipod Touch. Why?!