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    Do any of these products have the ability to work apart from just street navigation--ie if I want to hike into the backcountry?
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    Why not just use a traditional GPS reciever?

    At any rate, do you meanenter Lon/Lat coordinates? Maybe something like DeLorme Topo might work.
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    If I understand your question, the GPS doesn't matter; it's the software. I'm using Maptech's Outdoor Navigator with a Pharos Bluetooth GPS. OD is neat. For $20 (or a free trial) it does basic navigation. What makes it a great deal is that the $20 includes unlimited downloads of navigation and topographical charts.

    I can walk along with my GPS in my pocket while displaying a moving map of a topographic chart on my Treo 650. I really can't imagine why I need this, but I do.
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    timsy, thanks for the tip. that's really cool, except that the maps seem to be in lo-res (at least the trial version). is that the case for the full version?

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