After years of researching and waiting I finally took the plunge and bought my 1st hand held GPS unit, a Garmin GPSMAPS 64s. Although I do hunt rather large tracks of public land (at least large for east of the Mississippi) 7500 acres in size, getting lost to the point of endangering my life is not likely. I bought the GPS to use it to investigate and find hunting sights as far from any access point as possible while hunting public land in my home state of Indiana in hopes to get me away from other hunters and closer to (hopefully) the deer. And once I find said sight, find it again in the dark before dawn and back out also in the dark. I have down loaded the owners manual from Gamin's WS for the 64 series of GPS units and plan on becoming intimately familiar with it in all aspects prior to any attempts to use it. What I would like is advice from those who own and use a Garmin GPSMAPS 64s on how best to master the unit and any bad habits to avoid while I am teaching myself how to use the 64s. I've been looking for how to videos and tutorials, but would also appreciate advice from seasoned owners of Garmin 64s GPSES. I bought the unit basically on impulse as I stumbled across a great deal on a 64s for $208 TMD, but I had researched it quite a bit prior to buying. I'm not looking to use it for navigating over long distances in remote locations that I have never before set foot in, at least not for several years yet. I will be using almost exclusively for finding stand sights in total darkness then out again, also often in darkness in areas I have at least some prior knowledge of. So any advice on how best to learn to use and hopefully master the 64s and get started in the right direction to do so would be of great help to me. Thanks, Darton Yager.