I don't understand why there are Route capabilities on GPS's. For some reason or other, my GPS does not accept a downloaded route from my computer. So in order for me to do a ride, like 2008 Port Perry to Bethany, I have to convert the route to a track. I name the tracks the same as what the Routes were named and away I go. Virtually the same deal as following a route, but I use Tracks instead. So the question... Why are there Routes, I see no need for them? I know there is a logical reason why GPS's have that functionality but I don't see it, and I would like to understand it. OH and my tracks can have up to 1000 points each while my routes only support 50 points each. :lol: again why have Routes?