Actually 360 isn't that impressive. A friend backed into my concrete bunker style mailbox with their GMC. They were astounded that a large, dense immovable object adjacent to their right rear quarter never showed on screen. The 360 is a synthesized, stitched together view. A quick glance in the side view mirror would have made the mailbox clearly avoidable. At least in the case of the GMC's 360, there are blind spots.Lack of 360 camera is the biggest reason it's not selling.
My issue with the Ascent Touring's front camera is that it is poorly implemented. Other brands tie front proximity sensors to their front cameras and activate the cameras automatically when maneuvering in tight places. The Ascent front camera times out too quickly when activated.
I had a standalone TomTom 20 years ago and it seems like they haven't updated their software very much in that time. The TomTom in my Ascent wanted to send me west to my Subaru dealer instead of east despite entering the actual address. Every Subaru dealer within 40 miles of here is east of my house, not West. I only use the built in nav for entertainment when I already know where I'm going.The only things so far I’m not thrilled with are how long the Tom Tom navi takes to calculate a route (Garmin rules!)