That's a shame your first radio fell off the perch. After a lot of looking around I bought this one on Ebay. Pumpkin brand. Yes, I know. Pumpkin? It's Android 5.0 and has everything that opens and shuts. 4 USB ports, including the one on front panel, one on the back has a little microSD cardreader with the GPS app on it; the other two USB ports are in the glove box, via extension cables, as is the SIM card slot. The front microSD slot is supposed to be dedicated to GPS, but I use it for music. When the car is under the carport, I can access the internet via my home wifi so I don't have to use the expensive 3G connection so much. The Sygic GPS has offline maps, anyway, so doesn't need to be connected, but I can also use Google maps if I want. The GPS antenna has a magnet, so I just stuck it on one of the braces beside the radio; it seems to work fine. The radio antenna is broken and is only a stub, so FM reception is not all that good; but I don't listen to the radio that much, anyway. I'm looking at ways to add an extension to the stub so it will work better and I won't have to replace the whole antenna. This unit cost me $AU300, or about GBP200, which is pretty good, I think. I haven't installed the rear camera yet, but I need to do that soon. I haven't yet detected any quality issues that might result in a limited lifetime. Here's hoping. Sticker shock prevented me from buying any of the name brands. My only regret in choosing the double-DIN is that I've lost the storage bin. This is a serious matter in a car that has so few places to put things.