Summary: This gps bike computer is pretty bad ass. I was able to find cycling routes on riding with gps, map my ride and even strava and download the files and import it into my garmin. If you're into travel cycling it is an indispensable tool. The other features are great too.
Summary: it takes awhile getting used to. However, i'm liking it. Works well and it seems very accurate. The calorie counter appears to count differently depending upon if you use a Heart monitor or not.
Summary: The Edge 800 provides all the functionality that I've been looking for in a cycling computer. I upgraded from the 310XT to the 800 due to the larger display and it eliminated the need for me to wear glasses. Nothing like vanity as a motivator ;).
Summary: As a cycling computer, the Edge 800 is really, really nice. I love the highly configurable and easy-to-read displays, HRM and cadence integration, touch screen...all very nice. Of course the main reason to buy this is for the GPS functionality, which is occasionally flaky.
Summary: Love it. Nav is good and I love the alerts of upcoming turns. It was just what I needed. I got lost big time in LA - was riding around in circles and was in an area where stopping for directions would not have been wise. Finally got back on track after about an hour but vowed to get myself a Garmin.
Summary: I'm loving the GPS right now. It was a bit tricky to for through all the settings and get exactly what you're looking for. I used this with [...] and it works great. I wish Garmin had something like this instead of another website that I have to go to.