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I've found that learning the system is key to the simplicity.
Setting the system up for the way you want/how you want to use it is imperative.
For short drives I generally just listen to FM. Regardless of which part of the system is displaying one touch of the button by the command knob brings up the favorites. Yes, I do have to preset them and then scroll through them but it's not much different than trying to select a preset button to push. Longer drives I listen to my Amazon music which has over 1,500 songs stored. Again, it's about setting it up (learning how to best use it) so that it's easy to use.
I'll admit it took a while to learn the system, especially as this isn't my DD but once learning my way around I don't find it much more difficult than any of the others out there. They're all different and all have their strong and weak points. They all require you to learn how to use their system.
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