You're absolutely right, and for that matter, the ratio is probably much, much higher of those uninterested in "technical" features than those who are. Again, I agree. Garmin is in the business of making a product to suit as many as possible. Adding some obscure and arguably useless feature costs them money and profit. I think some lose sight of that fact. Maybe some earlier product releases had a feature, before Garmin was able to figure out their target market/audience.