Hello everyone, long time no post/read. I seek your advice/assistance. I would like to replace the useless 3rd party radio/DVD player a previous owner installed and if possible add a reverse parking camera. I won't be able to do the work myself, my local garage will have to do that, but I'd like to take advantage of any advice/experience. Here's a link to my introduction post from 2 years ago for background information in case that helps. Hi from a UK newbie CR-V owner (Introductions - ) I use a TomTom Start 20 Sat Nav for my sins and am happy with that, so I don't actually need a system including a sat nav, but I wouldn't be against it. The current system is an Airspeed DV720, which is a radio, CD/DVD player. The radio has never produced anything but static, whether it needs a new antenna or a booster will need to be resolved. The CD/DVD player is okay, but is quite noisy when powered up. Not nice. I wouldn't mind something that handles mp3s. I don't need telephone connectivity, I don't use a phone while driving. I have seen Koolertron systems that look nice but are unreliable. Will an original factory-fitted model sound system/sat nav system do the job? I'd really like to have a reverse parking camera fitted, that would be an absolute boon. An infotainment system that integrates with such a device would be great if possible. So if anyone could recommend systems that meet my requirements or come near, i would be most grateful. This vehicle model (2002 - 02 plate) doesn't have steering wheel controls of any kind for the audio; I imagine it would be complex and expensive to try and fit something, if it were available that would upgrade for that functionality. In the 2 years I've had this vehicle, it's been thoroughly reliable, returning on average 26mpg mainly urban, short trips with occasional motorway journeys. A week or so ago, I managed a trip up country for the first time in decades, and I am close to averaging 30mpg over the last few tanks. Pretty good considering I don't drive as economically as perhaps I could - it's amazing how easy it is to inadvertently exceed the speed limit on the motorway in the outside lane - ahem, hypothetically speaking of course. Whilst my condition still allows me to drive, I would like to improve the experience and perhaps make more journeys. I've covered 4,300 odd miles thus far, and after my recent outing would be keen get out the house a bit more. As an aside I thoroughly recommend this vehicle to folk with mobility issues, it's changed my life. Anyhow I digress. I hope I manage to post this appropriately and that folk have useful advice. Thank you for reading.