Summary: I have used this unit for a bit and find it to be designed for a simplier gps user. The use of a compass overlay on top of images (satellite or topo) provides an easy to understand location and path route. It does not have some of the advanced features of other units and the . It does have some unusual menu and button paths to reach normal gps features that most of us are used to having within easy "reach". Buttons are a workout for your fingers to manipulate.
If I had it to do over, I would not have purchased this unit.
2 July 2011
Summary: I purchased this unit for hunting, I've found that the buttons are hard to push even without gloves. I have been trying to load maps on this unit for about 6 hours after buying 10 map downloads from Bushnell.
Summary: I currently own an Etrex Legend. I use it for hunting, hiking and lots of Geocaching. I was excited to see a GPS you could download satellite images and areial photos on to. I bought this as an upgrade, and quickly learned why I usually don't by first genereation products. The biggest problem with this unit is that you cannot enter in way points onto the handheld. according to customer service you can do this with the software that comes with the unit.