I know there are a ton of threads on this, and I'm sorting through them - but this is an oddball question, and I'm hoping someone can point me in the right direction. I don't own/use a GPS at the moment, so I'm out of the loop.
My father in law is looking for a GPS for work purposes. He is not tech-savvy, and needs a very simple interface. The requirements are:
1) Very easy to use. The fewer features the better.
2) Easy waypoint logging and route tracking, with ability to import data to a PC in a broadly-readable format. No proprietary data formats!
3) Big screen that works well in bright light or dark.
Is there a big difference in what maps these come with? He needs decent topo maps, but I'd imagine that whatever they come with is fine.