That may be the best reason for City Navigator yet. I acutally don't need GPS to navigate in the city, and if I did, I'd just use my phone, but if it has all the forest roads, it may be the way to go. For now, I just went back into base camp and took a lot of the points out of the route. Since they were there from the tracks, there were a lot that ar eonly needed to shape the route, not navigate the turns (intersections). I kept enough in place to give me the general direction of the road just before and after each intersection. The lines are straighter and don't follow the roads as well, but there are a lot fewer points. Using the eraser tool to remove points is easy. You don't have to click on every point. Now I have fewer points to modify if I do decide to remove the text. If you just use tracks, you don't get notification of upcoming turns, right? Are there other differences between routes and tracks in terms of following them?