Conclusion: It should be noted that this is not a mapping receiver, as are the other models in the SporTrak line. Because it is not a mapping GPS, it is more suited to hiking and marine use as opposed to street vehicle use.
Pros: PC cable is difficult to attach., Battery compartment difficult to access.
Cons: Holds fix well under heavy foliage and in vehicles., Many features for the price.
Conclusion: I would have liked to have seen more detail in the contour lines. In areas that are flat to moderately hilly, the contour interval is not frequent enough to get a good picture of the terrain. If you can get around a few minor faults, this receiver does a lot and does most of it well.
Pros: PC cable is difficult to attach., Battery compartment difficult to access., Lack of good contour information on mild terrain.
Cons: Holds fix well under heavy foliage and in vehicles., 108 MB built-in topo and base maps., Includes MapSend Topo CD for the U. S., Lots of extras like sun/moon rise and set times.