I have been a GPS user for some time - so I know that this isn't unique to Navigon. But there's something I just have never understood - and it really annoys me - so I wanted to pose it on a forum. When you are driving down an interstate highway, why do most GPS's insist on dedicating "turn points" every time the highway that you are on crosses another one? You could be driving from Portland, ME to Miami, FL on I-95 and every time I-95 crosses another interstate highway, the damned GPS will tell you to keep driving straight. 1) I want to know when I need to turn - not when I need to continue to go straight! 2) I want to know how far I have to go to the next turn, not to the next highway that I just happen to be crossing over. Don't make me do the math while driving or have to scroll down the screen to see highway after highway 3) It's totally inconsistent. Every other road that I cross over is not set up as a "turn point" - from rural roads to state highways. Why the special (read: annoying) treatment for an interstate when you cross it? It's more common than not that GPS's insist on setting all of these "turn points" even though they are not turn points at all. I'd like to understand the logic behind it.... but even more, I'd like to stop it!