I've been asked by several folks how to get a reliable, non-editable route (or track) into the iPhone as quickly, and easily as possible. There is a plethora of mapping software available that can accomplish less, same and/or more, but right now, I feel that Mappite.org is the best option to accomplish the initial task of this subject. I will present a simple step-by-step procedure and hope this helps those that are starting out with iPhone navigation. 1. Within Google Chrome, open www.mappite.org: 2. Zoom in to the area that you will be traveling: 3. Left-click at your first Waypoint: 4. Add more Waypoints as needed. I like to add a Waypoint after a major intersection or point of interest along the road: Note that as you move along, mappite is adding a "direct point-to-point" and road-following path. Don't be concerned with this for this exercise. 5. You can set the distance between miles and km's, along with other routing options. For now set yours up like the demo: 6. You have completed the mapping portion! In the info box, 6a. Select the "Share" button. 6b. Select the "track" (gpx) option. 6c. Create a name for the file - you'll change this later within Galileo Pro. 6d. Pick the "export" button. 7. This gpx file is automatically saved into your "Downloads" folder on your hard drive: 8. You will either need to move this file into a storage app, like Dropbox, or just email the file to yourself. For this demonstration, I will email it to myself: 9. Open the email on your iphone and select the file: 10. This is what you (or at least I) see. Then select the "upload" icon at the top-right of the screen: 11. Select the "Open in" icon: 12. Select "Copy to Galileo Pro": 13. The gpx file will load into Galileo Pro automatically. At this point you can rename the file: 14. Pick the "open" icon at the top-right of the screen (looks like an open booklet): 15. You are Done! Use the "+" or "-" to zoom in or out as required. I typically run my zoom at 1000'. You can change the color of your track. You can open numerous tracks at the same time (all with different colors) as well. There is a built-in tutorial within the app, as well as an online user reference guide. And of course - member help on forums. Hope this helps!