<BR>I have a 2002 S60 AWD w/ NAV, which I got about a month ago. Over the last week or so, I've noticed the navigation system getting "lost"... i.e., showing me a completely wrong location (e.g., showing me that I was in New Jersey when I was really in Connecticut), sometimes it shows me driving right through large bodies of water... etc. I called my dealer in Princeton, who was completely clueless about the nav system, stating that I was one of only a small handfull of people who had purchased the system. They scheduled an appointment for me to bring it in, but the soonest they could give me is in a couple of weeks. I may have to call another local dealer to see if they can take me sooner...<P>Upon further inspection, I clicked my way through some of the menus to get to the GPS system status screen to find that it was tracking zero sattelites. I seem to remember having looked at the same screen right after getting the car and seeing that it was tracking seven sattelites. I tried this in several different physical locations, all with clear and unobstructed views of the sky, all with the same result.<P>Does anyone have any experience with this? Could this be a problem with the antenna or a connection? As a pilot I am used to using GPS to navigate in the air, and have enjoyed using it to find my way on the ground. Is Volvo's system really that unreliable, or do I just have a bad unit?