I love my Dakota 20 - in effect a baby OregonHas anyone tried the Dakota 20?
Its smaller size and less screen resolution may put people off
but for bushwalking - its ideal.
If you want to use it as an in car unit - its too small
Meredith likes the 3 axis tilt compensated compass - no more trying to keep it level
It doesn't work with Whereigo caches either,
However keep in mind its considerably cheaper than an Oregon
Its GPS is highly sensitive - compared to my old Etrex Summit
and having cache notes (GPX files) on board means an all in one unit
It also can run multiple .img files which can be switched on and off at will.
I normally run OSM with 5m contours
but can switch to T4A or shonky maps, depending on need.
Comments have been made about its screen brightness in daylight,
but I have found the unit to be readable in all sunlight conditions.