I agree, Crutchfield is a good source for info but spendy. Tech support is awesome.Here's a site for the sale and reviews on it.
Right on, yeah Crutchfield is the ultimate for research, but their pricing is high unless there is a good sale. Great folks, though. Their customer service is second to none.
I like that unit. I am going to do one last system build, and it is going to be in my old Tahoe, not my truck. I have amps, sound processors, subs and speakers already, but I am debating on what to with the head unit. It has a Pioneer Premier but I HATE the controls. It is the least intuitive head unit I have ever had, and the Bluetooth sucks.
Look forward to seeing how yours turns out!