I've done an exhaustive search of the forums and the web looking for GPS software for the Palm OS that will fit my needs, but have come up short. So here we go. . .

I do research on oak trees. Basically, I'll be marking a tree using GPS and then adding some data that needs to be tied to the recorded point. I've used a Trimble TSC1 asset surveyor before, if that helps anyone get an idea of the features I need. It allowed me to create custom databases that would allow me to define fields that would store data collected with each point. It worked well, but it's a bit overkill for what I'm doing and I would like to use a Treo to test the feasibility of wireless features in the field.

Also, I don't need to use the GPS with any maps (e.g. street maps, topo maps, etc.). All I need the program to do is record features and store associated data in user-defined fields. Oh, and exporting the files in a "standard" format would be nice, too. Any ideas? Thanks!