I'm planning on replacing the factory Mach460 receiver and CD player since buttons are starting to fall off and I have to keep a paper clip handy to turn it on & off and eject CDs. I was going to look for some decent used factory pieces since I'm satisfied with the performance of the 460 but have decided to go aftermarket so I can get iPod integration and an extra 1/8" aux input. Additionally, since I lost the console ashtray in favor of cupholders I can put a pocket tray in place of the CD player and get some storage space back. Budget is $150~$200 Requirements: CD player iPod playback, control & charging (rear - iPod cable will probably be routed to armrest storage bin) 1/8" aux input (front - for infrequently hooking up my other mp3 players/recorders and other stuff) 2 or 3 sets of preamp outputs Simple & clean control layout and appearance My research keeps coming back to the Pioneer DEH-4100UB & 410UB. Is there a significant difference between Pioneer's DEH-X100 and the DEH-X10 Premier lines other than the Premiers have a 2 year warranty and come with an iPod cable? I stopped by Best Buy to put my hands on some receivers and I was a little disappointed with the way the control wheel felt on the Pioneer radios. The knob is very thin and sticks out on a tall stalk and it doesn't have a good feel when using it as a knob - slick with not much surface area to grab on to. Felt a little weird when using it as a four-way stick too. Some of the other stereos felt better in that regard. The other thing is that the interface wasn't as intuitive as I would've liked but I found that to be true of all the stereos I played with - you get in a sub-menu and you can't figure out how to get back out again. I'm sure I'd figure it out and adjust quickly but if my wife or stepson drive it, I'll be fielding support calls on how to operate the stereo So, any other receivers I should be looking at? I'm sure I'd be happy with the Pioneers but I'd be even happier if the controls felt a little better and the interface was more intuitive. Thanks!