Best GPS for me? in GPS technology and devices Posted March 3, 2009 Note that if one is not going out on a 911 call, road routing can be accomplished with the bundled Topo USA 7.0 mapping application and transferred to the PN-20. Really, that's your argument for the pn-20. Only 911 responders really need turn-by-turn directions without the use of a pc. Is this going to be like dealing with myotis? One who rephrases the comments of others to mischaracterize them? Next are you going to accuse me of lying as myotis did here? Noted here in Post #76: http://forums.Groundspeak.com/GC/index.php...15010&st=50 Nor does listening to beta testers that do not give the whole truth. See, the problem here is that if I've been successful of lying by omission, that is, not telling the whole truth, how does myotis know that? It's a contradiction it terms. Falsely accusing me of lying is one of two things, a mistake out of ignorance or a malicious lie in itself. Then enlighten me. What I took from your post is that you can easily make routes on the PC that can be used with the pn-20 on the road. My response was that most people, even those not involved with 911 services, prefer to use the interface of the GPS without the PC. I don't know why you would bring in another post in which I have no involvement. Please don't try to associate me with something that doesn't involve me at all. Bdev does make a good point about trying the units out yourself. Since you won't be buying immediately see if you can get your hands on the units and see how they work. Maybe you can live with the shortcomings of the pn-20 on the driving side in favor of the paperless caching. Maybe you can live with the paperless shortcomings of the etrex in favor of the better driving utility.