Summary: What I Like: Easy to figure out (mostly) the GPSr itself; small; accuracy; different mode (geocaching, etc); expandable memory slot (SD card); rugged; water proof; What I DON'T Like: Very basic base map; hard to figure out program to install on PC that came with the GPSr; the program to that came with the GPSr is ONLY compatible with PC!
Pros: Has the potential to do everything you'd need in a handheld GPS. Can use it in a basic fashion without much difficulty.
Cons: Nothing but irratic behavior. been returned once, Will not maintain a track. to sleep when it wakes up it finds the Sat's agian and bango strings the track. batteries last one day. can't depend on it doing what it is supposed to do. Sorry Magellan
Cons: One needs to know the basics before you use the Triton. I didn't. There was not a definition of terms and the conventions take a lot of getting used to. I read the entire users manual twice and still am confused after trying all week.