I've got an Evesham sans MP3 player, and it's ok, but it has the following faults:
A) If you try to get it to route to a destination before the satellite reception kicks in, it will give you a "Start not Valid Location" error message. Once you get this "message of death" as I call it, the poor Evesham will never, ever recover from it for that particular destination. You have to pull over, shut the thing down, turn it back on, wait for satellite reception to kick in, put in a route for some 3rd place just down the street, follow the evesham to drive there, then finally put in a route for your original destination. It's a real pain in the ass if you forget to wait for the eye in the sky!
B) It's destinations are by street block rather than individual address. This is fine if you're going to Ikea, as I'm sure such a place is easier to see from space than the Great Wall, but if you're looking for someone's house on 1435 Main St, and there are 75 houses on the 1400 block of Main St, it can be a little frustrating trying to find the exact location.
C) The little suction cup in the windshield thingie didn't work for crap. I had to rig it to my old Garmin dashboard holder with some wire (God, I miss my Garmin, may it rest in pieces).
Bottom line, spend the money, get a Garmin, pass on the Evesham. I feel so cheap and dirty every time I use mine.