My "old" Explorist210 may not be all that fancy or as cool as say a Oregon 450 . . . but honestly, it does a decent job and does all that I ask of it -- namely finding caches, tracking, mapping and using Direct Route (turn by turn street directions). The newer Magellan line that they were offering didn't really do much for me, but I always found the older style Magellans tended to offer more bang for the buck vs. Garmin -- i.e. more features for less money or more stuff in a bundle for the same price as a solo GPSr from Garmin. That said . . . if I were to buy a GPSr today it would most likely be a Garmin Oregon 450 as it does everything I would want it to do . . . and is so simple to operate that even a long-time Magellan user could figure out how to use it.
"Courage is not the absence of fear, but the realization that there is something more important than fear."
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