<strong>Lowrance GlobalMap 8200C</strong><br />
It's hard to find anything wrong with this GPS, except for the fact that a color screen and optional second screen RCA outputs are missing. Once you learn the controls, which does take a little time, marking a racecourse or trail is a piece of cake. We found the Lowrance to be more accurate that our on-board navigation system (by far). We don't run many races in our Tundra believe it or not, so we have used this mostly to mark great photography spots while prerunning. After about six months of use we did notice on a few occasions the GPS would stop responding. We stopped by PCI Race Radios to quickly resolve our issues by completing their Baja Race Prep service which includes securing all of interior components on the GPS unit from breaking over miles of gnarly terrain. Since that day we have not had another issue.