Trapster is a great idea with poor execution: There is too much data, not enough audio volume, touch buttons are too small, thumbs-up and down options disappear too quickly. For effective use by fast drivers, major simplification needs to take place -- perhaps via an option-selectable "basics" screen display: 1) Ditch the moving map display, or at least make it disappear in the pressence of an alert; instead, give a LARGE graphic of the specific threat with a LOUD & DISTINCTIVE tone that increases in frequency as you approach the threat so that the driver knows what is ahead and how close it is without taking his eyes off the road. 2) Fix the bluetooth; right now I can get iPhone calls through my car stereo but NOT Trapster. 3) Report, confirmation and deny touch-buttons need to be MUCH larger and not require multiple inputs! Confirm and Deny buttons for speedtraps need to remain present longer so that the driver has time to respond without compromising control of the vehicle. 4) Keeping "live police" reports active for an hour is ridiculous! Most reports will be obsolete within 10-15 minutes; provide a setting to shorten the time alerts remain active. 5) You need a way to mark MOVING police vehicles and NOTE the direction in which they are traveling. More refinement is needed all around but the basic need is to SIMPLIFY and not try to do everything for everybody with Trapster; otherwise, this will be only a "copilot" tool and not a "driver" tool.