Summary: Works great, I've tested the item and used it fairly hard since my purchase. The mouse button on the front seems not to click when pushed up but still works, it clicks in left, right, down and clicked in the up for the first few days then quite but like I said even without the click it still works so even though its probably a matter of time till the up does not work at all(rendering it useless) it still is functioning correctly for now and I am happy.
Summary: For anybody seeking a GPS to be used in various situations, this is the one. Easy to understand the menu system and step through the options. Thumb toggle is a little sensitive but with little practice it's not that bad. Love it and won't be looking for another anytime soon.
Summary: Easy to use and small enough not to be a burden or distraction while hiking. I think the only downfall is the cost of buying extra maps for this unit. A topo map for a Mt. Rainier hike will cost me almosy $100.00.
Summary: Pretty easy to figure out. Hassle getting geocaches to transfer over until I went through endless reviews/ratings to learn that you need Google Chrome or a browser other than IE. Then it became pretty much a snap. In retrospect I would spend more for a touch screen as the toggle to everything becomes a pain. Accuracy top notch but the IPhone seems to be pretty good too, I just needed GPS in remote locations and this unit has not failed me.