Ok, I could be asking a question thats been asked a bazillion times here, but here goes - What I am trying to do is ultimately find a way to put published trail maps on my Montana 600 for both Wyoming and Idaho single track dirt bike trails, not so much adventure riding ... The ADV-style riding will come later :) Wyoming does not publish the .lyr, .gpx, or .kmz files so there is no raw data to work with here. What I'm waiting to do is try to find a way to get the GeoPDF onto my Montana 600 as an image overlay that I can essentially use for a trail map. Wyoming maps available here - http://wyoparks.state.wy.us/index.php/orv-trails/orv-maps With the Idaho stuff, thankfully the state publishes the .Kmz files for the trail maps so you have the raw data to work with, available here - https://trails.idaho.gov/pages/kmzdownload.html The cool part with the Idaho stuff is you can save a .kmz file for each type of trail designation and theoretically make a color-coded map with it. The problem I'm having with the Wyoming stuff - How do I go from a GeoPDF to a GeoJPEG or GeoTIFF I can import into my Montana 600? I can't seem to get the combination of Google Earth Pro, Garmin Basecamp and EasyGPS to accomplish this ... The problem I'm having with the Idaho stuff - How do I take a selection of tracks, which are in essence the trail maps, and create a GeoTIFF or GeoJPEG out of that selection? If I try to "Join" the tracks, it comes back a jumbled mess .... The one workaround I've found for the Idaho stuff is I can manually select a track segment and create routes based on those tracks, so I think in the meantime I can do what I need to do navigation-wise that way .... but it would just be easier to have the actual map overlay right on the screen of my GPS mounted to my handlebars. ANyways I thought I'd post up and see if any advice had already been given. Something tells me I'm just not quite looking int he right spot, so go easy on me if I'm not. Thanks in advance!