And it's not "right now". It's May 17-27. But in an effort to steer the conversation back to the new units... I just got back from REI where I put my grubby paws on a Garmin Oregon 600! I took my 450 series along for comparison. Sorry, I didn't take a camera, but you know what they look like anyway, right? Pros: - The 6X0 is faster than the old Oregon series. I had my 450 with me and the boot up time is WAY faster on the 600. - The capacitive screen does in fact work with gloves -at least MX style gloves. It should be easier to clear of dust, which is one of my major gripes with the Oregon and Montana. A little dust makes it impossible to see what's on the screen. - The 6x0 screen seems a little easier to see. The main advantage is angle of view. The resolutions are the same 240x400. - 6X0 can do portrait or landscape. Kind of cool, but I don't find that I use that feature. My Oregon is used for navigating trails on my 530 and is (and would be even if I could change it) always in portrait mode. My Montana is used on my big bikes and is always locked in landscape mode. Cons: - Still no good external power source. USB is the only port. The position of the port could make this one a little better for making a "rugged USB" connector, but the Montana's pad system is much better. - If you want to follow previously made tracks, or tracks that you load yourself, you still have to go into each one and hit "show on map". That is my biggest gripe with both the Oregon and Montana. They need a multi-select, checkbox system to show a set of selected tracks or at least a "show all tracks" and corresponding "hide all tracks" button somewhere in the Track Manager. I was ready to buy the 600 even without the ability to power it externally if they fixed the shortcoming in the Track Manager. As it is, I would definitely pick up a 450t at $200 rather than the 6X0 series. The improvements aren't worth the extra cost.