At this point I was pretty familiar with the Ride Command system. The high-resolution 7-inch touchscreen is supposed to work with any glove, though it didn't always, and displays eight info options: built-in points of interest, turn-by-turn directions, time, altitude, outside temperature, tire pressure, plus the 100-watt AM/FM with Bluetooth, and USB input. You also get audio info, a vehicle trouble code readout, vehicle status (tire pressure, voltage, engine hours, oil change), vehicle info (speed, fuel range, rpm, gear position), dual tripmeters (fuel range, miles, average fuel economy, average speed), and ride data (heading, moving time, altitude, altitude change). Whew. That's a lot to digest.