Jensen is widely regarded as sub-standard junk. The build, material, and sound quality are all below even cheap Pioneer or Sony offerings. I looked around a bit, but was unable to find a decent din-and-a-half for under $190. My advice would be to save up at least until you can afford the bottom-level Pioneer that is offered on that site. Also, what you plan on doing with your radio would be helpful to know (i.e. do you plan on upgrading your speakers, do you plan on adding an amp, do you have any of this stuff, etc, etc.) Oh, and to clarify a little, car radios come in three standard sizes: din (this is the size you would find in a Ford Probe); din-and-a-half (aka din 1/2, or the size that fits nicely in our cars. It is roughly one-and-a-half times the size of a regular din-chassised radio); and double din (this is the size that you find in a lot of Nissans and some Toyotas. Obviously, it is twice the size of a standard din radio.) There is also a 1/2 din size, which is half the size of a standard din radio, but that is the territory of equalizers and such, and there are also 1/4 din sizes, but I have only seen those used on turbo timers and such. There are also a few different ways to mount your radio, but I don't think you need to be concerned about that right now.