Why is it that when you want to buy something, you build yourself up, do the research and then reviews leave you totally confused. Here's an example........ I fancy a new satnav. Nothing wrong with the existing of one, but with a birthday and Christmas coming, (plus money burning a hole in pocket) I start to look for a bit of retail therapy and something to cover both. I fancied one of the trucking types; spent hours trawling through the internet and came up with a Garmin 760LMT-D. See? I'm so sad I can even quote the model number including the hyphen! And so my quest begins....... Watch 7 how-to pages on YouTube - I'm impressed. Not only does it warn of bridges and overhanging trees, but probably plague and pestilence too! This baby is the dog's genitalia. WANT ONE and proceed to read the reviews. Firstly, I find that there is open warfare between the users of Garmin and TomTom with Snooper users about as welcome as a Christian in an I.S. camp! Each one in turn says the other is crap and they are reverting to their original make. Even the MH Fun SatNav section doesn't have a post newer than August. Then, I learn that unless you get a micro SD card, there ain't enough memory to load those marvellous map updates! Various users complain about being still routed down farm tracks, spending hours on the phone to cust' services or backing the item completely. To cap it all, there is the "I'm delighted...... best kit ever" lobby or adverse comments are levelled at all of the units, doesn't matter which one you pick I'm now confused and depressed and need counselling, so please don't post back and say "Map book's never failed me in 15 years of motorhoming" or it's only as good as the authority's input info. So WTF do I buy EH?