i just ordered and received the entire set, and will be headed to Mexico next week. i'll have paper maps as well, and i speak Spanish pretty well, so i can ask directions. mostly i use the GPS to get me way, way off of the beaten track. the US Topo '08 served me well in this regard, and i hope the Bicimaps maps will help. i don't expect total accuracy, and rarely use auto-routing (i did just switch to a Zumo from an Etrex, so i may try it out a bit). so far the maps look pretty good, but not anywhere even remotely as good as the real Garmin ones of the US. lots of roads are just sitting in the middle of nowhere, with no connections to others, and there are many dead-ends where i know the road continues. when driving to Costa Rica a couple of years ago i noticed that when i was, say, 40 or 50 miles from the nearest paved road out in the boonies, the locals didn't know what village was next, and were almost useless for directions. in some cases they just made stuff up, and led us astray. with a 300 mile range on the KLR, though, i'm happy to make several wrong turns. so, i'll be doing a TR of the journey as it happens (whenever i can find either wireless or a place to plug in to ethernet), so i'll give a detailed review of the accuracy or inaccuracy of Bicimapas's maps. i considered not using the GPS at all, but i figured if they are accurate or close to it, it would be a huge advantage.