Pertaining to BaseCamp - Montana It seems that many of us here prefer to create a Track, or predefined, specific Route and want to use our GPS unit to help us follow that specific route by the best method the GPS unit can. In the past, for me at least, using my Garmin 60csx, I would create a Route in Mapsource, then use WinGDB3 to create a Track (or multiple tracks) filtered to 500 points. Then upload both to my 60csx and use the Route if it is in agreement with my Track. Now that I recently obtained a Montana with Voice Prompted Navigation while Routing, it would sure be nice to use that feature to the best of it's abilities. But....as many of us has found out, Routing can be a trial and error affair, and with a 50 'Shaping Point' or '50 Via Point' limit (whichever it is!) navigating a Route is tedious, or at least the learning curve is steep. (At least for figuring out how to Navigate a predefined Route and having the Montana Navigate you ALWAYS on that Route. So Garmin......Why not just Navigate a Track? Meaning give us Voice Prompts to 'turn left/right in xx yards on xx road' when there is a mapped intersection on a Routable Mapset that the GPS unit is using? Tracks are already assigned a 'direction of travel' it seems, and if we miss a point, the GPS unit can just pick back up Navigation when we hit the next point. Now we have a 10,000 Shaping Point limit instead of 50. Maybe I am missing something here in the difficulty in achieving this, as I am certainly not a programmer, but it seems this would be easier to accomplish than creating a route, and re-creating a route between Points as the GPS unit is in motion. I know that as far as I am concerned, this would be a huge plus for the way I use my GPS unit.