So, thanks to my Aeroplan card I'm off to Europe this spring and have a few questions... I'm going to be make it a driving trip taking in Brussels, Bastogne, Luxembourg, Dieppe, etc. and my question has to do with GPS receivers and mapping programs. I'm thinking of adding a GPS card for my PocketPC and have been looking around for European maps, has anyone every used anything like this? How intuitive is it? I found driving through the cities in Europe to be a bit of a chore mainly because of the spiderweb street design and not being used to the signage being way over on the sides of the buildings, and camoflauged, rather than hanging across the street, etc, like here in Canada. Because I'll be driving through quite a few cities and towns I thought that a good GPS mapping system may do the trick. Does it actually help or is it more of a nuisance? I've been looking at viaMichelin MapSonic, it looks great but it's very pricey, especially when coupled with the cost of a CompactFlash GPS adapter (+$450CAD total) and I don't really want to poney up for it if it's not really going to be that useful anyways. Many thanks in advance for any thoughts you can share.