Ever since I saw a demo of the Cadillac CUE Entertainment system I was hooked on wanting it. I ordered my Cadillac ATS a couple months ago and it finally arrived. It's quite the splurge and I'm sure I will be enjoying it for years to come. It's all touchscreen and would be described as iPad like. In fact so iPad like they actually include a Cadillac engraved iPad with any Cadillac sold with the CUE system. The screen looks amazing, but the smoothness in pinching, moving, etc is nowhere near as smooth as an iPad. Off the bat the system has AM/FM/XM and Pandora. Pandora is controlled via Accessory mode off your car w/Bluetooth. I have gotten it to work about half the time. It's just kinda slow and buggy when operating that way, same goes with listening to SiriusXM Internet Radio via Bluetooth. The sound quality is better but connectivity can be frustrating. But for me as long as Matt & Kim are playing I'm happy. The SiriusXM interface is awesome. I'm Geeking out on it. It supports Pause and Rewind. And like my last car you could Pause it, turn the car off and when you return within an hour you'd be brought back to where you left off. Some other features it supports are -TuneSelect (like Artist/Song Seek) -Tagging Songs (so when you connect your phone it can purchase them later) -Browsing all the channels via Song, Artist or Channel name What I'm not a fan of is that it's not branded SiriusXM. It shows the XM logo and also XM channels are shown in presets by the Channel Number and not the Channel Name like in most OEM Sirius setups. Also most new cars equipped with Sirius are branded SiriusXM. It's confusing and not consistent. The navigation and weather info on this is incredible. The weather info is updated a lot faster than my last car. It can display weather for the next 36 hours or for the next 5 days. And then it will also give you weather warnings if something important is going on. I got a Wind Alert since we had up to 50mph gusts. I hope to post some more pictures of the setup. But I'm digging it very much. The display on of the radio by the gauges is also pretty cool..