1000 Waypoints in Website Posted May 30, 2005 Anyway, here is the flaw with the date range searches: now I have multiple files to look through for cache descriptions in MobiPocket! If that isn't truely a pain in the a** I don't know what is... Okay, then, can anyone tell me how to coallate my ebook files? Right now I have to have two or more with me to look through for the text to go with any waypoint on my GPSr that I want to know more about. There is no way to tell which type of cache it is from the waypoint, therefore no way to tell which PQ it arrived in, therefore no way to know which ebook to look in for the text. If the data all arrived in a single PQ then the text would all be in a single ebook and I'd have it alot easier in the field. One or more of you seem to feel that having data on all the waypoints in a 60 or more km radius of my home is unreasonable. The suggestion has been made that I need to filter better, or that I need to plan better before I leave home. Let me make this perfectly clear: Where I live, if I filter on *only* traditional caches that I have not yet found and that are active within the state that 500 hits only currently goes out to 37 miles from my home. This is a gradually expanding radius as I log caches found within that radius. Also, I don't mind updating my data only every week or two, but I do mind being told that I have to plan exactly what area I'm going to be in every day for the next week or two, or I'm some kind of dim bulb. I often travel 37 or more miles to work every day, and the location of that work can be different every day of the week and I don't know in advance where I'll be. Just because something seems reasonable to you doesn't mean it has to be reasonable to me. Your GPSr only holds 500? Well mine doesn't. Your GPSr might not have WAAS either, but don't expect me to go into the field looking for a micro without it. My receiver returns me to the same spots day after day often within a meter. I like it that way. Maybe you are okay with only being dumped off with a 40 meter circle to search, but that doesn't thrill me much. I still have not heard any kind of reasonable or official argument as to why the limit needs to be 500. Even if I balance and coallate multiple PQ's for the waypoints, the GPSr puts them all in the right place when I am done. The ebook files are not coallated and edited, I still have to look through them one at a time until I find the text for the waypoint I am looking at at any given moment. If you don't have an organizer or a cell phone that holds this kind of data then you don't know what your missing, and you also don't know what your are talking about when you say that multiple queries are equivalent to a single, focused query. Help!