For the last 4 years I have been using Garmin 2018 Europe maps. This week I decided to buy an update for an upcoming trip. It looks like Garmin really screwed things up, badly. Shocker, I know. Garmin Europe is now split in two map sets. If you go from one map set to the other it will not route across the two map set boundaries. For instance, no routing from Brussels to Paris. The map with Brussels does not know where Paris is or vice-versa. The two map sets don't even match up to each other. You will have to make one route to the border and then another route from the border to your destination on the other map set. This means you will have to manually do the routing before splitting your route. For instance when in France I can not say get me the shortest route to Rotterdam, since they are on different map sets. I put a 10 mile route across the BE - Fr border with the 2018 maps, imported it into my 276CX. It crosses the two map sets and it will not recalculate. A workaround is to do the routing in the 2018 map, go to the map set crossing points, add way points and break the route in two. Then bring the routes to the 2022 map set and recalculate each route again. Maybe I am missing something, but it seems incredibly stupid and cumbersome. I need to go back to using the 2018 maps. Unfortunately garmin.openstreetmap.nl is not being updated anymore and I haven't been able to generate routable Garmin maps from the OSM website (anybody have good directions on how to do that?) I will call Garmin Monday and see if they will give me my money back, but since i downloaded the map I expect them to refuse.