I have a TomTom One XLS. I travel alot because I'm a contractor. I'm all OVER the place, so I have tons of Favorites... like (well now it doesn't matter with the google search and all, but like where the nearest Wal-Mart is, the Borders, stuff like that, the mall...) I was a wee bit pissed that the Google Nav didn't have favorites, or a way to add, or import them as such, or a good way to manage/navigate to them. I have created a workaround. In a nutshell you need to dump your GPS Favorites into a custom POI file, export the POI file to your computer, have GPS Visualizer's Bable convert it into a KML file which you then upload to your custom My Maps file, then it's easy street, and you simply enable the My Maps layer on your Google Maps on the Droid, either tap on a "Favorite" which now has a flag, or dis-able then renable it (My Maps Layer) and select it from a list and pick your option (Show on Map, Get Directions, Nav). I've found a workaround. 1.) In your GPS add your favorites to a custom POI Category (mine was called "Favorites") 2.) Now download the custom POI Category file from your GPS (With my TomTom it was Favorites.ov2) 3.) Now go to GPS Visualizer's Babel utility (GPS Visualizer: Web interface to GPSBabel) 4.) Select the proper input file type (in my case it was TomTom POI File (.OV2)) 5.) Select the proper output file type (Google Earth Keyhole Markup Language) 6.) Select the file that contains your POI's (that contains your Favorites) 7.) Click Convert 8.) Right-Click Save File As, to your computer and save that file (I created a folder in my Desktop called TomTom to contain the original OV2, a converted human readable TXT File w/ LAT & LON, AND the KML Google file) 9.) Go to Google Maps and click on "My Maps" in the upper left hand region. (Google Maps) 10.) Create a Title and Description for your My Maps (I simply called mine Favorites, and put Rusty's Favorites). I also made sure that mine was UNLISTED, as I took the time to make sure that my locations had embedded/attached phone number data. 11.) Click the Import near the upper left region just below My Maps. It will prompt you for the location of your KML, KMZ, or GeoRSS file. In our case we have a KML file, so source the file that you previously saved onto your Desktop and click upload. 12.) Go to the Maps on your Droid, then hit the Settings/Options button, pull up Layers, More Layers, My Maps, and browse your Favorites... 13.) Now it'll initially provide a list of all your "Favorites" as imported to your custom "My Maps" In my case it doesn't call it "My Maps" now, it actually calls it "Favorites" So the whatever name you gave the "My Maps" earlier will be reflected now. Roundabout for sure, but looks like it's worked for now for me. Feel free to bump as necessary, or copy and paste elsewhere. Just link back to the Droid Forums... been a huge help for me already, and only been here like 2 hours.