I have a Garmin Edge 205. Which is OK, but not brilliant. The good thing is that you can import maps straight out of Bikely. The bad thing is that you're limited to 100 waypoints on a route. The display's nice - I use the compass view mostly, and it does automagically direct you to the next waypoint rather than force you back along the route: if you decide to go walkabout. And it's small and light. But it doesn't do mapping and routefinding. That's a different thing, to my mind. I don't think a lot of GPSs do elevation-based route-mapping rather than distance-based...
Garmin's software is a bunch of arse, though.
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