Thanks for your interest in GPS2CAD. Let me try to answer your comments.
The GPS unit i prefer is Garmin Map 60 csx or Garmin Map 62s . I use both of them in development for this program. THe Map 60 is an older unit and considerably cheaper now, especially on Amazon.com . THe Map 62s uses newer technology for the interface (it shows up as a mass storage device) and uses the newer, industry standard .gpx file format. But i'm not sure that it's any more accurate than the Map 60, and it's more expensive. EIther should work fine for GPS2CAD.
"this is not a cross...." Uh, ok. I'll have to check into that.
Regarding the information transferred into the drawing. I left the descriptive tags in place so the data was easier to understand, sometimes the x and y becomes confusing. The data is contained in a block and it's attributes that are inserted into the drawing. What you might be able to do is re-define the block to delete the descriptors you don't want - just be sure to keep the same name and file location. And be sure to make a backup copy of it.
Regarding the price - you got a good buy, a nice Christmas present. The IMSI price was incorrect, but i've honored it. The price should be $395 usd , and i've asked IMSI to change it.
Hope this helps. Thanks, and Merry CHristmas!
Phoenix, Arizona USA