Mount Washington Valley New Hampshire.
I love these things. I use them for snowkiting and for my application they've been absolutely perfect. Battery life is great, accuracy is great. I carry several GPS units on me but this takes away the hassle of stopping to look at the others. Side to side visabilty isn't as good as a non-gps goggle but given what it is I see just fine. No tunnel vision. They fit in my helmet great and no gap. The lense is awesome.
The only downside I had is the screen doesn't exactly line up with my eye. It worked fine for others but my eyes not quite. I shimmed the screen a little and now it's perfect.
They're a little pricey but given that you get a first rate goggle and GPS system and a hell of a lot of WOW factor they are worth the cost of admission.
I use these glove for snow kiting. Kiting burns through gloves like nothing else and the BD Guides usually last me 3 seasons. They're warm, tough enough to handle kitelines and skimming the ice, and still have awesome articulation and dexterity. Snowkiting burns through gear faster than anything I've ever done and the Guide gloves have proven time and again to be the best thing out there for me. (photo by Curtis Savard Photography)