I'm overwhelmed. I just got in a bunch of traps and have been working on getting them set. Then today, I stumbled across a great price on a 17hmr and scope so I just had to and when I got home, my Garmin 60CSx was awaiting on me. I'm not sure how I am going to put all this to good use at the same time but I can wholeheartedly endorse your alls previous advice about being happy with a replacement Garmin for a unit lost long, long ago. I do believe I could have operated this one without even the quick start guide. Sure, I'd have missed a bunch of the finer points and newer niceties, but I could have created waypoints and routes. I can't wait to start learning more of the refinements and tomorrow morning will be the last day I aimlessly wander about trying to find those blasted traps. I had to get a unit because cable restraint season opens in the morning and those are cheap enough, I want to put out way more than I could have ever kept track of in my head. Now I can lay out a route, buzz it on my horse and if I see a squirrel on the other side of the pasture, well that bad boy will just be going home with me, too. Life is getting swwweeeeeeet.