Hi all, so after another late afternoon start to a ski tour last weekend trying to find the hut on a moonless night in deteriorating weather using map, compass and iPhone (with fast decreasing battery) I have decided to bite the bullet and invest in a handheld GPS. Leaning towards the GPSMAP64 / 64S as I don't want to have to remove my gloves and like the robustness of the design. Does anyone have an opinion on this model or similar? It seems that a lot of the reviews for GPS units are from the Geocaching community and no disrespect to them a lot of the things they rate as highly important for their particular type of train-spotting I have no requirement for. I am just after a reliable, accurate GPS that I can use to navigate with (map and compass as a backup) during bushwalking in the summer and ski-touring in the winter. I'm also tossing up whether to splash out the extra for the 64S for the electronic compass (I have no interest in the smart-phone connectivity (WTF is with everything having to be connected all the damn time, Isn't the point to get outdoors and unplug for a while?!!), or will the fact that I will have a standard compass always on hand mean that the electronic compass is not really required (very interested on people's opinions on this one). Cheers!