That might be a good deal if Wrenchgear wants road maps on a GPS unit not really designed for road navigation. I know a 60CSx can use the files, but those map files are designed primarily for the Garmin nuvi series, or multi-use GPS units like the Garmin Colorado. IMO, road navigation is a weak point for the 60CSx, as the screen is small, there are no voice prompts, and the controls don't lend themselves to quick access often needed on the road. A 60CSx won't give any turn based prompts, which really puts it at a disadvantage for this use. The list of features it doesn't offer for road use is long. Like I said, it can be used that way, but it's not very good for it. If road navigation is the goal, I'd much rather put that $65 towards a true road navigation GPS - which is what I did.