are you sure it is not the INA W900? they seem similar.
I got my launch edition Evora a week ago, and it has the Alpine IVA-W505. It is a neat unit, but rather flakey and difficult to use. My main complaint is as follows:
1. You must carefully read and memorize the manual in order to do anything with this unit.
2. They don't give you a printed manual. It is on CD-ROM.
3. The user interface is not very intuitive. You can get the unit into weird modes that you won't get out of unless you have read the manual.
I was planning to get the Alpine INA-W909 for my daily driver, but I am reconsidering that now. The main difference as I understand is that the INA-W909 has built-in GPS navigation. The model that comes in the Evora has a removable, portable GPS nav unit. It is fun to play with, but I'm not likely to ever do that.
I also have a problem with my unit. It won't play most of my commercial DVDs! It gives an error message "Regional Code Violation" which seems to indicate that it is not a US unit. The manual that came with it says it is a region 1 player and can't be changed, although there is a country code setting which was already set to USA.
I am curious, have any other US Evora owners tried to play any region-1 DVDs in the car?