I've just got rid of my TomTom Rider 400 because it gave me all sorts of problems so I've replaced it with a Garmin Zumo 595. If I imported a track to my old TomTom and strayed off of it at all for any reason such as a wrong turn or impromptu stop somewhere it would just absolutely freak out and try to send me all over the place and sometimes even try to send me back home instead of continuing on the track. I don't want that same particular problem with the Garmin so I need to make sure I'm using it correctly, what I've done is create a track using MyRoute-App (Free browser based version) which has just 12 waypoints and exported it directly to my Garmin as a GPX 1.0 file (for some reason when I try GPX 1.1 the Garmin must recalculate my track as it changes the track a lot when imported?!). The track then shows up in my Garmin under Apps/Tracks as expected. So if I set off on this track and happen to stray off of it for some reason what will happen: Will the Garmin try to get me back on the closest part of the track? Try to get me back to the previous waypoint? Try to get me to the next waypoint? None of the above? Do I need manually to add a lot more waypoints when creating a track in MyRoute-App in order to make things smoother, this would obviously be extremely tedious? Or is there a way of importing a track that automatically adds a lot of way points along my created track? We like fixed tracks because we can plan exactly what roads we ride on for nice corners and views etc so we don't want the device keep changing the route along the way.