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Fast, big screen, bright, and the off-road features are great. I don't want to rehash the usual pros of XT, they are well known. However, overall the UI just leaves a lot to be desired. If you live close to a state/province border or frequently travel to such an area, the orange helmet law warning will take up valuable screen real estate and can't be turned off. Trip planning on the device is plain awful. Many other little niggles just make it clunky.
It is currently probably the best GPS for motorcycles, however I can't help but imagine how much better it could be if actual motorcyclists helped design the UI.
So this is a very different gps. It only appears to work if hard wired. The supplied usb cable does not consistently supply it power to charge, turn on, run or maintain power or screen brightness. You need to buy the car charger for $50 to have it work, hardwire it or I bought a 12v lighter plug at napa for $3 and hard wired it to that. The screen quality is the best of any Garmin gps. Older zuma screens were really dark and impossible to see in sun. Its only 5.5 but with the high screen quality it is ok. I would prefer 7 inch. Topo maps do not work out of the box. You have to go in to Layers and turn them on. Then the offroad trails appear.
This unit was GREAT when I first got it. I could download tons of tracks from from basecamp, then go into the tracks on the unit and select which ones I wanted to show on the map by clicking the "show on map" button. Well, that feature has been removed and you have to now sync the unit with Garmin drive, then find which tracks you want and make a 'collection' from them, then choose that collection to show on the map. Way more complicated that it needs to be. It was so simple before, which was the main reason I bought the unit. My friend's Montana has this option and another friend's XT still has the option. The last software update must have killed it. If they could bring this feature back, it would upgrade to 4 stars.
For my purposes, I find it awkward to operate. My use is simple, run a course, save it, and follow it for multiple laps. I use this for off road racing. But, the process or record the track, save it, read the metrics of it once saved, and then making sure only that track is displayed takes a lot of frustrating steps. I need to use 2 Apps on my phone to organize the tracks and set them to display or not, and then i have to sync the phone to the unit.
Given today's technology, Garmin could have made this MUCH more user friendly!
Overall, it's a good device for what it is, but I still feel that phones are generally better. This thing is sturdy though and mounting it to your handle bars doesn't rattle and break stuff like an inbuilt phone camera. The maps aren't as up to date or accurate as Google, and the directions/traffic can leave something to be desired in those aspects too. If you are off the beaten path, or want a backup map display/directions, you can't really beat this unit, imo.