Perhaps it is in the set-up. I've only used the Navigation a handful of times. Still getting used to what has been posted about the Nav system elsewhere that it locks out touch control when moving (so even A passenger can't do it) I know you can say 'Destination' and then it pulls up the info individually (city, street, number). Not sure yet (have not gotten that far) if you can say it all at once. For example, if you say a street name, it will pull up several (anything that can possible sound like it).
It was probably an iPhone thing. How many docks or home A/V receivers only work with the iPhone vs. with working with something else. I have an iPhone. I have downloaded Pandora but have not signed up for an account yet. Basically anything I listen to on XM I can get through AOL Radio for free. So I may try that too after the 90 days are up. I'll probably look into that in a month or so as well as the Pandora. I do prefer just plain good internet radio (I am a crazy audiophile). The Pioneer 1120 receiver I have in the office system as internet radio and most of the programmed stations are the best MP3 rates (320bps) that I have programmed. Most of the time it is Linn Jazz or Classical (Linn is a Scottish co. that makes audiophile equipment and also has a record co. with its own artists). I've yet to try internet radio on the secondary basement system receiver (which I believe can also do Pandora - have an Onkyo 1008). I have a Squeezebox Touch in the main system connected to an outboard DAC and I can tell you that internet radio at 320bps on a good recording really sounds nice. Not quite CD quality but really nice. I also have an iPod Classic (160GB) for the CR-V on the USB input. I put a bunch of 320bps MP3s I had made from an old digital device as I had 4,300 songs and I'll probably rip stuff I have not as yet in iTunes (I am not going to go crazy with the car). With the iPod, the entire music collection shows up on the Nav display and you can select by artist, album. playlist, etc. I have not figured out as yet if there is an easier way to navigate than the touch screen.