Harman Kardon's new car stereo-slash-iPod gets the Mossberg treatment today. What's different about the Drive+Play is that is has its own screen and controls so your iPod can sit in the glove compartment. Downside is that unless you spend around $70 to have it installed professionally, it resembles a bomb with wires coming out the back. And even though it sits on the dash, it's still dangerous to DJ those on-the-go playlists while driving. So, according to Mossberg (and his trusty sidekick Katie Boehret), the $199 system is better than most but still not perfect.