Apologies if this has been covered before, a search revealed lots of mentions scattered throughout the forum, but no general discussion. My last car had built in satnav, the manufacturer's own, but it was very expensive and technically way behind popular modern add-on stuff like Garmin and TomTom. Having been talked out of the Alfa satnav by the Dealer, he told me it was overpriced rubbish, I've just bought myself a new Garmin, which seems pretty impressive at first glance. The problem though is how to protect it, as anyone will tell you, satnavs are a magnet for car thieves, and apparently leaving a satnav mount in the car is as bad a leaving the whole thing on display, thieves will just ransack the car searching for it. I've got a mount that clips into one of the fascia vents on my 159, and positioning is fine, but it isn't easily removable, sooner or later it's going to break the vent. I can't find a place on the dash to mount the semi-permanent adhesive disk, and would prefer to avoid the sucker on the screen option, how many people can honestly claim that they remove all tell-tale traces of the thing from the inside of their screen every single time they leave the car, as we're all advised to do? Any advice or helpful suggestions?