Summary: Three hundred something dollars. This was my first GPS, so I wanted a good one. I thought it would be out-of-the-box great GPS-ing for my Scouts and me. I thought I could track my route from home to work. I thought I could at least get it to tell me how fast I was walking or driving. Nope.
Summary: I got this GPS because I've been using my iPhone for geocaching but I kept going over my data limit and my phone could only load caches when I had cell service. Needless to say, I wanted a little more out of my geocaching experience so I asked for one as a graduation present.
Summary: It is a great GPSr, although complex. it takes some time to learn how it all operates. It interfaces with a PC much easier than my old Maridian Gold, dounloading Geocaches is a snap. Battery life with regular alkaline's is not real good.
Summary: Best GPS receiver in this price range. Comes with 24K-scale topo maps for all of USA as part of purchase price. Don't need to buy maps on SC card as in Garmin eTrex 20 or 30. Touchscreen is a little fussy -- not quite as smooth as iPhone's.
Summary: The 610 being oval shaped does not fit well in the pocket. It fails to aquire a satalite location as quickly as the three other Magellan devices that I own. However the 610 is loaded with features and fits well in the hand.