Need a good, reliable GPS for using when hunting, especially in dense woods. From what I've read, these 3 Garmin models seem like the best candidates: Garmin 60CSx, eTrex Vista HCx, and the GPS Map 62s. Played around with a "gift" Bushnell Backtrack while hunting the last couple of weeks, and I wouldn't trust that thing at all. While just simply testing it out, the "compass" would not consistently match up with my handheld compass (sometimes not even close), and the GPS feature would most times tell me to go a different way even though I could actually see the spot I had tagged. Up to 35 degrees off sometimes when my target was only about 300 yards away, which could mean a LOT of extra walking. Out of the 3 Garmins, is one better than the others, and which one would be the best choice? All are in my price range, but I'm always looking for the best value for my money. Thanks.