Understand one thing -- my entire experience with a GPS is using a NeverLost in a rented Hertz car. I freely admit to being a complete novice with them. I don't even know how to change maps. (Is this done physically by switching a chip or do I somehow download additional maps into the device?) I have decided to buy one, but have no idea of which to get. Obviously, I want the best price possible but I have certain minimum requirements: 1. It has to be easily moved from one car to another. 2. It must accept maps for Israel, North America, and Western Europe. 3. It has to speak to me. I want to hear instructions on where to turn left or right, not try to read them while I am driving. 4. If it will tell me about traffic jams or other problems, that is icing on the cake. It is only a few bucks more, okay. If it is a lot more, I will pass on it. 5. Ditto for it telling me where we are while in a plane. Nice, worth a few dollars, but not a deal killer. 6. Ditto (again) for it helping me when I am walking in a strange city. Which GPS would you suggest (manufacturer and model)?