I recently picked up a Pioneer XMP3 to replace my broken Pioneer Inno. These two portable XM receivers are made by the same company however, the software on the older Inno handled scheduled recording much better. The XMp3 touts that it can record five channels at once. Yes, it can but you can never get those recordings off your unit. So, if you leave Auto Record set to “on” when you first activate the radio it will fill up in a matter of hours. The XMp3 also has an issue with it’s recording schedule. You can’t power down or move the radio once you have a recording schedule programmed in. Not very portable. I did not have either issue with my Inno. This begs the question, “Pioneer, when are you going to fix this with a new firmware release?”
Bottom line is this. If I had a choice I would go with the Inno until Pioneer decides to fix the numerous issues with the XMp3.