Summary: I purchased this gps last summer to help me with hikes in Colorado. The unit itself has been very good. Easy to read in bright sunlight, long battery life, and so forth. You can relive your hikes on your computer or plot a hike if you have waypoints from some source or create them on the computer.
Summary: I have only owned two GPS receivers prior to this one. A Garmin Etrex and a Garmin Venture. This one is better than both. I like the easy to read screen and the detail it gives. You will have to upload map sets from the Garmin software for the area you will be in. Which is a minor inconvenience and most people will know where they are going before they travel. It is great for hiking and hunting in new areas and makes it nice to have a map of your current area.
Summary: We have just started geocaching and even though this is an older model gps, it has everything we need to get the job done. It has download capabilities for paperless caching which seems to be a big thing with cachers these days. We haven't been deep in the mountains yet but so far it has had no trouble keeping satelite connection.
Summary: Purchased this GPS to track waypoints of trees. Unit was fairly easy to use, but could use some upgrades on menu navigation and the ability to customize. Overall, unit was worked very well for the price. Battery life seems good as well.
Summary: I bought this to replace a nice 60Csx that I lost overboard. The description on Amazon said that it was great for navigating on the water. Then, when I finally got it, I found out that their definition of navigating "on the water" means a very few inland lakes that you have to buy software for. Amazon also states that it is fully compatible with all BlueNav etc. Well, it isn't compatible with any of it.