I am taking a trip tomorrow, the first long drive with the droid(or any internet/smartphone for that matter) in the car. I am VERY stoked to listen to internet radio, search Wikipedia and all the other loveliness that comes with having the intertubes with me, but I am dreadfully disappointed with the bundled maps/navigation ap. the suggested(read: only effing one it will let me use) route wants me to take a ferry, which doesn't fit my travel plans. no biggie, ill just modify the route by dragging one of the waypoints. NO, wont let me. no biggie, ill just add a "via $someplace" into the route and avoid the ferry that way. NO, wont let me. fine ill use a browser (on my desktop) to map out my route, save it to my maps, and sync to the phone. NO, loads the map, but not the directions. WTF, i mean, I was annoyed enough that there was no way to save favorite places, like home, nice hiking spots etc (or drop a pin) in the map app (functionality that is WAY trivial to include) but this is just unacceptable. who cares if there is traffic ahead of me? here in vermont, if there is traffic, we just wait. am i missing something? (i really hope so) my non-touchsceen garmin quest (from 2004!) does this (lets me save my own points, and build a custom route) why cant my brand new superdevice? cmon google! you guys have a better map application on the competitor's phone! and dont get me started on the lack of gmail task/google sites sync/functionality on here. google goggles? really? lets get the real tools that people use working first! i tired searching to see if this functionality was coming with 2.1, but all i found was info about multitouch(big whoop). </rant> can anyone suggest a way to get this on the phone, ive already memorized the route i plan to take, but in the event i want to let the wife drive and take a nap, or just for future reference, a solution would be nice. yeah, i downloaded the map and have it to _read_ but that kind of defeats the purpose of having a computer do things for me, and could require pulling over to look at(oh the horror!). btw, hello all, i'm Chris. Debian/ubuntu Linux and fluxbox/Gnome Desktop user. i have a stock droid and a lot of old computers.