"All you'll ever need for a GPS and FRS radio"4.0 starson by JonAdsit
Pros: well worth the price you pay
Cons: not as powerful as the latest versions in connecting with satelites
Summary: I've worked with Search and Rescue for five years now and i've worked with this gps the whole time. Even though it's been perfected through the later models this GPS/FRS does everything you'll need it for. The one drawback is the satellite reception is not as good as the more expensive models. Even in the back woods and thick brush in the wilderness as long as you find a reasonable clear spot in the woods you'll get service. I know from experience that you should never be looking down and follow the arrow your GPS gives you. Even on the most advanced GPS it could get you lost. Instead have a topographical map and a good compass that you can adjust your declination. Use the GPS for finding your location and determining your direction of travel. Knowing that you can follow that exact direction of travel on your compass and confirm where you're going by identifying features on your topographical map. Map and Compass never lets you down in the wilderness if you know what your doing, something no GPS can do.