Hi guys, I've been looking for an app with the following specs now for a few days, with no luck. I've downloaded several free ones, called several companies that offer "pay to play" apps, and so far, no luck. (BTW, I'm using a Samsung Galaxy S3). Here's what I am looking for: 1) Offline navigation. I intend to use this when I travel outside Canada, and US data roaming charges are unacceptable. 2). Coverage of North America. I want to be able to ride from Canada's east coast to the west coast of the US and rely on the app the whole way. That rules out Google's offerings, as they can only download smaller tiles. 3). Motorcycle-friendly routing. In other words, I don't want the GPS to figure out how to get from A to B, then take me down the Interstate - I want to be able to designate my own route, as I can in Google Maps, and then have the GPS guide me down that route. I have not been able to find an app yet that lets me do this. Ideally, I'd love an app that let me build a route in Google Maps or Basecamp on my PC, then upload that to my app. Barring that, an app that lets me easily "fool" the gps into creating my route would also work; this is what I have been trying to do with Navigator 12. A potential workaround: by creating waypoints along the roads I want to take, I reckon the GPS will have to route me along those roads to get me to my goal. However, Navigator's user interface on the PC sucks, big time. It's the same user interface as found in the app, nowhere near as good as say, Google Maps. It's especially frustrating that its POI database seems to be terrible. NOW! I THINK I might be able to do what I want with Sygic, by creating a map in Google Maps and downloading it as a KML, then converting to txt with GPSConverter. Then, supposedly, I can upload that txt file into Sygic. However, I haven't been able to get in touch with anyone from Sygic, and I don't have $60 to spend on their app, only to find out it doesn't work. For all you wags who might say "Go out and buy a GPS." 1). I already have a handheld ETrex. The main reason I'm not taking it is that it doesn't have audio turn by turn routing. That, and anyone who's tried putting even a short route into an ETrex soon runs into problems that require use of GPX Splitter, etc, at least in my experience. 2). I'm considering writing an article for Canada Moto Guide about replacing your GPS unit with a smartphone app; it would certainly cut down on the amount of equipment a motorcyclist has to carry. 3). I have a smartphone already.