Triton 2000 aid in GPS technology and devices Posted January 27, 2009 · Edited January 27, 2009 by sanramonhunter I have both an Oregon and a Triton 2000. The Oregon is a much nicer unit than the Triton. If you can at all take back the Triton and get an Oregon do it. They don't make routable street maps for the Triton. There is a workaround to get the older street maps onto the Triton, but they won't be routable. If you go to the magellan website lookup topo Canada, I believe there is a way to get that onto the Triton. As far as the paperless caching goes the Oregon beats the Triton here as well. For one thing the touchscreen interface is much better on the Oregon, and it includes the last 5 logs, the triton includes none. And for some reason Magellan puts the Hint on the first line. Kinda ruins the fun. I have to intentionally scroll down before I look at the cache description, then slowly scroll up so I won't see the hint. Also there is no way to mark a geocache as found. How big an oversight is that? You can't download caches from geocaching.com directly to the Triton because Magellan won't give anyone the API to connect to their sites. That may change with MITAC taking ownership, so yes that may change in the future. If you handed anybody with any complaints about the Oregon a Triton 2000, they would run back to the Oregon an proclaim it the greatest device ever made.