Google Earth add-in removed in Website Posted July 14, 2009 · Edited July 14, 2009 by SamSpade47 That image doesn't do the GE with GC kml justice. Take a look at: http://s632.photobucket.com/albums/uu48/sa...leandWashin.jpg You know I did this one today with my GPX file and GE... http://markwell.us/ge_gpx.jpg There no comparison to dropping a *.gpx file into GE vs. using the GC KML method. The *.gpx file is just to limited. With GE you can tour the world stopping at random spots and check out the caches. You can't do that with *.gpx files and the joke of the PQ system. The two images that I posted http://s632.photobucket.com/albums/uu48/sa...leandWashin.jpg as examples of the GE KML experience, one was of Downtown Seattle, the other was of up in the North Cascades ~ 100 miles to the NE. To jump from one view to the other using the GE KML took 10 seconds (if that). The alternative would be to setup two GC PQ, wait for them to arrive in the email, unzip them, save the files, then drop them in GE. That could take an hour. Lame. Just the whole dynamics having the caches pop up as you float above. It was a beautiful thing. I remember seeing programmers offering their assistance to optimize the database hits. What happened with that? GC response: Thanks, but no thanks, we're just going to pull the plug. Weird. I hope they are able to bring it back somehow. Whatever.