I picked up a Garmin 205 GPS last week at the PX for $89.00. So far, I've used it a few times while running errands or on my way to/from work. I'm not sure what you mean when you say lane assist, but it will guide you into what lane when you're on the freeway. This would be a good asset when traveling on a trip in unfamila territory. What I do like is that it shows what speed you're going, and what the speed limit is. For example, last weekend, my husband and I went out to eat, and on the way home, I wasn't sure where the freeway speed limit went from 70mph down to 55 mph as you approach the metro area, and my GPS informed me when it did. By the way, the speed that the GPS lists is always about 2 mph higher that what the speedometer shows.
I'm assuming that command starters are the same as remote car starters. I've seen adds in the newspapers listing them at $159.99 and above. I haven't priced them yet, but I do plan on installing one before winter sets in. I work 12 hr night shifts, and there's nothing worse than going out in below zero weather and getting into a cold car and having to scrape windows. Others that I work with go to a window at work, hit their remote starter before leaving the building and they have a nice, warm car, and have warm windshields making it easier to scrape ice/frost off their windshields.
A girl and her Jeep - a beautiful thing
2010 White Jeep Cherokee Sport
St. Paul, MN, USA