Last weekend I made a 600 mile run up in to the Adirondacks with Kurviger and I must say it worked very well to find curving roads!!! So well in fact after @200 miles I had to bail out to a slab fast route because I did not want to set up camp in the dark. I exported the gpx and used locus pro guidance for the whole trip...I am used to locus and only used kurviger on the desktop to create the route. While I was going to find a small cheap pc for routing on the road I kept coming back to locus and it's ability to do most if not all what basecamp does with excellent free offline openandromaps with elevate theme. I would like to know from anyone who has used both basecamp and locus how they compare? I think a $160 10" tablet with locus pro and a stylus to help in drawing difficult tracks using locus offline is the way to go. The ability to draw on the screen can help. btw...anyone still punting around on montanas or any garmin hardware...here is just another killer feature for android...I ran locus pro following a kurviger gpx track and waze in split screen with a $140 motoe4 phone using Nougat.