I could have sworn I saw someone on here asking about this unit, but I can't find any mention of it now.
Anyway, I treated myself to this headunit, which seems to be getting fairly famous in classic car circles recently.
My Mini is a 1990 and I like it because it is reminiscent of the Philips radio/cassette that my car would have come with originally (especially when set to orange display), and also of the same era as the car as if it was a period aftermarket fit. I also can't stand "bling" modern car stereos with tiny fiddly buttons - like the Sony DSX-A400BT one which this is replacing.
I had to shave some of the plastic off the front edges of the hole in the car's mounting to get the cage to fit, but not too bad. It had one less bit of loom required than the Sony unit too which was good.
The best bit of this for me is that it works with my old Sony steering wheel remote perfectly.
I've got the microphone mounted above the drivers door near the driver's head. The DAB aerial is in the back window - although I'm hoping to find a better solution than this ugly wee aerial... watch this space. I've got a USB stick invisibly in the back of it with all my tunes on it, and its working fine with Bluetooth.
Sound quality through the speakers is better than the Sony head unit - despite them both claiming the same power.
Overall I'm delighted, I think it makes the dashboard look generally more original, without losing any of the up to date tech.