Summary: Everything is convenient. It is a refurbished item but looks absolutely like a new one. Good price. The latest models are more expencive and do not have sufficient advantages. I bought it because my old B/W GPS was very difficult to use and it was working too slowly.
My favorite GPS so far..... only wish it could hold more than 2,000 caches
1 July 2011
Summary: I use my Oregon 200 primarily for Geocaching. This is the 3rd handheld gps that I have owned. The accuracy is VERY good. The touchscreen makes entering coordinates and field notes extremely easy. I do have to say though, the screen is challenging to see in daylight. Also, as Geocaching goes, my complaint is that it only holds 2,0000 geocaches at a time. It seems like a lot, but I like to keep mine ready to go and have the caches already loaded.
Summary: I have an Orgeon 200 which I used on a caribou hunting trip in northern Quebec. I also own a Garmin etrex (not map capable)and 2 Magellean Tritons. I use the Garmin Oregon in Canada with the TOPO Canada maps loaded into it. I like the big screen and the touch screen features. The Oregon is much easier to use and read than the Tritons which have a smaller screen and lots of tiny buttons and a tiny hard to see cursor.