I like to think I'm fairly well versed at creating routes and tracks to ride offroad. And I've created hundreds of routes, both for personal use and for rallies and other events. However, it seems my old 60csx was far superior to the 590slm I've had for two years now and still trying to bond with. I could use the hive's help on this, and search has failed to answer my specific questions, so help a brother out! Ok, so I have Locus and Gaia on my phone, and that's all fine a good. But I want to rely specifically on my GPS rather than expose my phone to the dust and elements all the time. My wish list is the following: Large bright screen Tracks shown in very thick colored line Base map to be black and white Ability to see where the track is and where you are at a glance My issues with the 590 are that you can't make the line thick enough or bright enough to really stand out. When riding hard offroad, the last thing I want to do is stare for a few seconds to see where I am and which way to turn, Don't get me wrong, the 590 is ok, but has a ton of stuff I really couldn't care less for, like when will I ever need to control pandora or check my tire pressures while riding high speed across the desert? I digress. If anyone here can help me out, I'm really struggling with how to navigate quickly and efficiently while in the woods. I miss the 60csx, if only they made it in a much bigger screen. Thank you explorers!