My step dad delivers medical supplies for a living and he has had problems finding houses in the boonies. What is the best GPS device I can get for around $300? I was looking at the Garmin 010-N0226-03 but am not sure how good it is. The company he works for gives him print outs from like a map quest type of program and he has had bad luck with the maps provided. Most of his routes are to places near suburbs, but a few are in the boonies. I understand that it wont always be dead on accurate on directions, but the reminders of where to turn and the visual should help him. He is about 50 yrs. old and needs something simple and fool proof. I can show him how to enter things, I just don't want something that can do 50,000 things, but doesn't have a decent interface to do them. Any advice would be sweet!