Delorme makes great units, even though they don't have huge screens and aren't as cute as some of the others; they also come bundled with FREE TOPO maps of North America, and you cna subscribe to all kinds of other sets (hi-res aeiral images, USGS 1:24,000, MOAA nautical charts, 1:50,000 Natural Resources Canada topo sheets) for $30/year. The PN-60 is a great GPS and only costs something like $250...
...if you can find it. They seem to be out-of-stock everywhere, including the DeLorme site. I spoke with one of their sales guys this morning because I am thinking about getting rid of the Garmin Montana my wife bought me and going back to Delorme (I have a 5-year-old PN-20); he told me the Army bought allt hey had a couple months ago and they will be back in stock within a couple weeks.
Here's the link to the item page, if you're interested:
I have no connection at all with DeLorme; just a big fan!