So here's my situation. Forgive me if this has been discussed, but I've been searching for a long time, and I haven't found an answer. I currently have a Zumo 220. It's getting long in the tooth, and I dislike Basecamp in general (I run it on a Mac). Reading all the threads about using rugged phones as GPS units got me to thinking. I already have a rugged phone (Blackview 8000). Why not see if I can wean myself off of Garmin? So I've downloaded Locus Pro and Sygic and played around with them both a bit. Locus seems to be an amazing program. I'm going to try it out on a trip up to the cabin this weekend (not on the bike - can't tow a boat with a motorcycle). But here's the situation I'm struggling with and trying to find an alternative to Basecamp. I used to do a lot of LD Rallies, like the Team Strange Minnesota 1000. I'd like to get back into that. How it works, is the night before the rally, you get a flash drive with all the possible bonus locations (in GPX format) and are sent off to plan your route for the rally that starts the next day. This year there were about 125 possible locations. So you end up planning out possible routes, figuring out mileage, bonus points, etc. It's far easier to do this on a computer. I often drag my routes around to add or subtract different bonus waypoints to try and come up with an optimal route. Basecamp is good for this, especially with a huge number of waypoints. Now I could continue to use Basecamp on the Mac, plan my route, export to GPX and then upload into Locus. That's an option. But my other, newer laptop runs Linux (and the macbook is falling apart). And I've yet to find an alternative that has the same functionality to do what I'm looking for. I've played around with GPSies and FURKOT online a bit, but I'd prefer offline functionality too if possible. Is there an option anyone can think of that will actually plan routes like this?