Here is my DIY for the DICE iPod adapter. I ordered it at the site below. I called them and told them which model/Nav I had. $159 plus shipping. It has full text display, steering wheel control, charges iPod and you can still use your iPod itself. No limit to the number of playlists you can have. CD/DVD changer still works. This was disabled in the past but not with this unit. http://www.diceelectronics.com/ipod_integration.htm Install guide.http://www.diceelectronics.com/support/files/toyota_install.pdf Disconnect the ground to your battery. Next pull out the 2 vent pieces on either side of your nav unit. Use a small screw driver to insert from below and pry out. Once it comes out grab it with your hands and slowly pull out toward you. It is just held in with clips. Disconnect the one electrical plug. Now you have exposed the 4 screws that hold the Nav unit in place. Take them off. Grab the unit firmly on each side and pull wiggle it toward you. Pull it out and turn it on its side to expose the CD changer cable (circled). Next unplug the CD changer cable from the back of the unit and plug it into the female end of the DICE unit. Next plug the DICE end into the CD changer port. This is a simple Y pass though set up. Note the cable had an extra female port hanging on it. I called DICE and they said it was used on older models? Put the Nav unit back in and fish the line out to the right into the vent space. Now take the glove box off which is held by 2 lower screws and a loop string. Now fish the DICE cable through and make sure it is not in front of any vents etc. Attach the DICE wire to the DICE unit and wrap with foam so it does not rattle. Run the iPod cable into the glove box as you reinstall the box. The DICE box has 4 tabs on it for different configurations. I set all 4 of my tabs to be up! This will give you full text display on your Nav. At this point you could also run your iPod to you dash if you want to use it. Attach your ground to the battery. Attach iPod, turn on key, turn on audio and wait a few minutes for it to do its thing. Hit the mode button and toggle until you get to the CD changer. Push CD 1 for songs and change tracks from you steering wheel control. If your iPod freezes just unplug it and reboot it (see iPod directions). Make sure you have play lists on you iPod. Hit title and you should see album and song. Track 2 will let you switch play lists (as many as you want) Track 3 will let you switch albums. Track 4 is for book chapters. So far it has been working great and I can still play DVD/CD etc. I just keep the iPod in the glove box and toggle to my play lists and change songs on my steering wheel. Enjoy Had to reboot my iPod a few times if I did not use it for a while. What happens is it comes on but you can not control it from you steering wheel any more. Unplug iPod, reboot iPod and problem solved.