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    The touch screen on my Garmin Oregon works well. Kind of similar to my iPhone only more of a matte screen finish that can be difficult to see though with screen glare on my older eyes. The 3D feature is cool although I don't use it all that much. GPS units have come a long way over the years. Lots of great options on the Garmin Oregon.

    I give a thumbs up un the huntinggpsmaps.com as well. The micro sd card is an easy install. Seeing private and public land boarders is very helpful. A couple of my friends have had issues with the download installing over the internet. I don't have the computer planning feature which I want to dive into for planning though. As Big Sky mentions, information on it is at, http://www.huntinggpsmaps.com/ There are video tutorials and a quick overview on their product there.

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