The N97 has had a 10% price cut - from £499 to £449 on the official nokia store. This is consistant with previous handsets which tend to get similar cuts after around 3 months. But interestingly it makes the price difference between the standard and mini only £30 a small amount. That said - the main market for both handsets it the ‘free on a contract’ one. I think the N97 has been a moderate success, having little comparable competition (G1 maybe) and the high street kudos of the nokia n-series flagship (though that didn’t help the N96).
I tried to use this at the weekend - with no luck. Now in fairness i live in central london - and theres not much in the way of free channels. I also had no luck with a simialar stand alone fm transmitter. Part of the problem being my cars tuner only having auto scan - whcih shows station names not frequencies - so its hard to know whats free.
So i ended up randomly trying frequencys with no luck at all.
Your mileage may vary.
UPDATE - outside london it works much better. I also tried an external module - with similar results. Seems London’s wavelengths are saturated.
It’s a really great piece of software and well worth the asking price(s) see below. I’m not sure how it stands with mobile contracts though - O2 charge you a premium to tether an iPhone, this allows any nokia S60 user to tether without paying any extra, is it something that will be cracked down on?