Well, after getting fed up with my 2 year-old Magellan eXplorist GPSr randomly turning itself one (thousand) too many times, I broke down and got a new GPSr. "Is it a Garmin?" you ask. Nope. I heard this rumor that there were more than just two GPSr manufacturers on the market and had to check it out. Surely enough, I was able to find a relatively inexpensive GPSr that met my paperless caching "needs." It was the DeLorme Earthmate PN-40. I figured since I have a cache that borrows the company name it would be fitting to have one of their GPSr models. And let me tell you, I'm going to be dangerous now. For most of my caching history I've just taken my eXplorist into the field with the coordinates, cache name (or at least first 20 characters), difficulty, terrain, and hint (first 30 characters). Now I will have all of the information on the cache page at my fingertips in one device. And with the soon-to-be-released geocaching-friendly firmware update, I'll be able to mark caches as found and have the cache icons associated with the cache waypoints. Look out! I'm coming now.