I'd rather they got rid of the "OK" thing altogether but at least they fixed the VR issue. Mine works much better now.
U.S. law requires the prompt.
I was going to respond with: U.S. law requires the prompt for navigation, but it does not require the user agree to the prompt before using voice commands"....
Then occureed to me that Pioneer has to do this because if the user enters an address via VR without first viewing the prompt and hitting "OK", they are essentially circumventing the prompt and its purpose. They need to make sure you agree to the disclaimer before you enter a destination of any kind, whether it be by voice or by manual entry.
At least thats my reasoning for it. Some of you may have already realized this but I thought i'd share it in case others are wondering about it.