One of the reasons that we got the Redhawk over the Greyhawk, is that we didn't want the in-dash navigation unit. After researching it, we found that it wasn't that well made, was difficult to update, and didn't come with lifetime map and traffic updates. so we put in a Kenwood single DIN Stereo/CD from Best Buy, and got a Garmin 760 RV GPS from Wall-Mart.
We're extremely pleased with the Garmin... easy to update, and also syncs with our smart phones so that it will send and receive calls. Also has a great speaker, so even this old guy can hear calls through it. Also nice that we can use it in the RV, or in any of our cars.
One of our camping group is furious with his new Greyhawk... 3 months and he's already had to have the dash radio replaced, the Furrion TV replaced (no sound), he replaced the hot water heater with a normal tank unit, and THEN he found out that the Greyhawk ceiling bulbs can't be replaced, he has to replace the entire fixture. All he wanted to do was change the LED bulbs to a warm white version... I tease him unmercifully that in the Redhawk is no problem, just pop in a new bulb.
Now he wants to trade it for a Redhawk!
2016 Redhawk 26XD
Me, Dear Wife,
2 Bluetick Hounds
1 Newfoundland / Black Lab Mix
1 Cairn Terrier