Looking to get a GPS unit to, preferably mount to my handlebars, but worst case at least have on me. Although not sure how well they work in your bag and not in the open. I have started to venture further and further into the middle of nowhere, although i dont ride alone, it would be nice to have something on me in the event i make one to many turns. Really don't need anything extravagant and have a budget of around $300-$400 included in that some type of mount for my handlebars. Let me add here that i havent really researched ALL of the features possible with these GPS units and really dont know all of the key words and definitions. Basically what i want is a device that i can set waypoints from A to B and i then can get back to A. If i venture off course, i will know and it will get me back to that set course. Of course i know there is more to it then that and i can learn. I know that you can download pre set maps and such and i would like that. Also like the idea that when you just go out riding, it will save the course you took and you can use it at a later time. Although the idea for me is to have something pre set before i go out. This is where im not sure how this works. For instance, in a couple weeks i want to do this 65 mile round trip ride and it is in the middle of nowhere. i can see on google maps and earth that there are what i am guessing are fire roads (they are marked with numbers on the map). Will i be able to somehow use those roads with the GPS unit and mark a path? what about marked forestry roads? I realize that i wont be able to have any pre set paths if i am just using random unmarked trails but thats when the feature of the GPS unit saving your paths comes in handy. I have looked at a lot of the garmin units like the Oregon and Montana, although i think the Montana is a bit out of my price range. Anyway sorry about the babbling. Any ideas for me? BTW i have a 2014 KTM 450 XCW if anyone has a good mount idea for this bike. Thanks!