I only use the GPS for organized events that require them and when I'm in Baja. And, I agree, it's one cart wheel away from finding a home in the trash can. Some of these set ups look pretty cool and some look like inhibitors. I have to say that I have the most fun ridin when I get to ride somewhere that I have never ridden and have to figure out where I am. For the places that I have actually ridden, I could just about ride them blind after a few solid rides. I say keep the GPS in your pack because when the tree meets the bars the GPS probably meets the trash can. I crashed good on MLK weekend and my GPS survived. Your not supposed to hit tree's on your bike! LOL I'm jokin with ya guys. It's all good. It's funny when I read dirty's post that that old song from George of the Jungle came to mind. Watch Out For That Tree! Well I got a 60csx and it works great. I've been using it to document all the single track in the Eastern Sierra and White Mountain Range's to use in the future as we have Jack ASSES in the senate that want to make it all wilderness.