I'm still satisfied with WiFi performance and haven't had to squeeze it again (and I hope it's not necessary to do so with any frequency). Standing in the back yard, the GPS still sees 12 to 14 satellites and locks onto 8 to 10. But once you get in a car and drive, it's the same old Prime: it frequently loses location fix. I'd say the squeeze is good to revive an MIA GPS that shows no signs of life outdoors, but it does not turn the tablet into a good car navigation device (it might be fine for hiking since it will have clear access to the sky).
-------------------- Lisa Gade Editor in Chief, MobileTechReview