Albie, I want to offer another opinion regarding the Montana. This comes from a former owner of a Zumo 550, GPS V, and GPS III. I really like my Montana 650. It has been a SIGNIFICANT improvement over my prior Garmin GPSrs. Is it perfect? No. I have yet to see the perfect GPS, but the Montana has provided most of the functionality I want at a reasonable price. And by most of the functionality wanted, I mean routing AND tracks (either together or independently), a large waypoint library, POI capability, a very viewable screen, photo capability (which I do not use very often, but like knowing that I always have a camera with me), the ability to use AA batteries if needed, fast start-up and map drawing, multiple map set capability, the ability to use large and inexpensive µSD card storage, and more. I especially like the ability to navigate a track using my Montana. It is my now my preferred mode of navigation. Would I like to have more than 50 via point limit? Yes, but it's not a deal breaker. If I had a route that needed more than 50 via points, I will convert the route to a track and use it instead. As DRTBYK has pointed out, motorcyclists are a small portion of Garmin's customer base and are likely the few who need a greater than 50 via point feature (and tracks are great work-around for this "shortcoming.") The Montana has some shortcomings, but very few, if any of them, are problematic (to me). Do I recommend the Montana to everyone who asks for a GPS suggestion? No, not always. But if they need many of the features offered on the Montana, or if they need a GPS suitable for applications other than just motorcycling (say in their car, and on their boat, and for geocaching, and on their motorcycle), then the Montana is at the top of the list. I hold out hope that Garmin will fix a few more of the glitches we have told them about, and perhaps add one or two of the enhancements we have been requesting, but if they do not, I am still a satisfied Montana owner. I am not trying to incite an argument -- I only want to say that there are many of us who are satisfied Montana customers. If the Montana does not meet your needs, I hope you are successful finding a GPSr that meets all of your criteria.