Another new member here.. Got a question about My Tracks app.. My Tracks is one of the best apps I've ever come through.. I record most of my trips to almost anywhere ! Recently, I've been on a 680- mile trip from Rapid City, SD to Omaha NE. The app recorded the track just fine, but when I got back I tried to write the track to the SD card. That took forever. However, I did save the track to the phone. Now, when I try to load the map, or save the map as a gpx file, it takes forever. I just let it load the map for a full day, and it loaded just half of it. But it sure is making progress very slow. I was wondering if there was an upper limit to how long we could record our trips.. Or, is there an easier way to save the maps rather than ask the app to write all the data to a file ? I cannot send the file to Google maps either. From what I found, a 15-mile trip took about 0.2MB of space for a gpx file. That would mean a 700-mile trip would take about 10 MB of GPX data. Anyone know how the app works when dealing with such huge amounts of data ? I forgot to mention that the phone keeps telling me that the app is not responding. After asking to wait every time it asks me, I got it to load half the track on the map. Is there a location on the phone that the app uses to save the dumps, and load it from there when we ask it to load ? Can we go to that location, and get that data and save it ourselves ? Not that this data is very important, but I'd really like to know the limits so I'll breakdown my route into parts next time..