I bought it for $200. I don't know if that's high or low, but it is worth that much to me and I'll be happy to have it: I enjoyed using my last one on most passages, when the navigation
is so straightforward that there's no risk to going traditional. And I'm thinking it'll be a cute home school
math lesson to teach my seven year old daughter dead reckoning with it -- she won't need to multiply to move the assumed position.
Though now I wonder if the AIS
receiver will work
if the GPS is off -- maybe we'll just have to cover it up with a piece of paper.