Despite all this, the Zumo/BaseCamp combo has had me confused, lost, frustrated and angry. I've not used it much as I've not done much riding but last year I found a guide to BaseCamp from a US based group and some YouTube videos from a lovely chap in Derbyshire that put me on the right path. This season (if we have one!) I'm determined to crack this and be as comfortable with my Zumo as I was with the pre-BaseCamp units.
I honestly think the Quest was the best unit I've used. That must surely be down to me and my lack of knowledge, twenty years of development MUST make for a better user experience, surely?
Anyway, sorry for the essay. Perhaps I should just have gone with a simple "hi"
You sound a bit like me. I've always been addicted to GPSs from the early days. I feel naked if I have to go anywhere without one now.
Im sure you will find this an excellent Forum.
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Stick with Basecamp fella, I hated it when I started but now with the help of forum members and Youtube vids, I can plan and stick to a route quite well.
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