Just been browsing the TomTom website and it looks like they've halved the price of the Rider to £250. The only cut back on spec seems to be a "Local" mapset - if you buy in the UK you only get UK mapping. Full European mapping is an option for about £100 - even with this as an extra that's still a big price drop. Anybody know why this could be? Poor sales, new model on the way or do they just want to kill the sales of the Garmin equivalent which is due out soon?? http://www.tomtom.com/products/section.php?ID=146&Section=252&Category=0&Lid=1 I was thinking about upgrading my Streetpilot III for a Garmin 2610. They were advertising them at GPSW for £300, but I've just checked their website and they've dropped the price to £250 as well: http://www.gpsw.co.uk/details/prod3267.html I'm tempted to go for the TomTom for road touring and hang on to the old Garmin for off roading trips.