PROs - great with data collection
-battery can last over 400 miles of ride,
-can display 5 screens of data and up to 8 data fields per screen,
-has many data fields available for display,
-both bluetooth and ant+ capable,
-can collect power/heart rate/cadence/speed data ...,
-built-in clock, temperature, barometer, accelerometer sensors
-can connect with Strava
CONs - very limited map functionality and no plan to improve
-Can't share map with other SuperGPS users. Every user is expected to create their own map
-Can't export a map created with Lezyne.com/GPSRoot (map function). It's land locked.
-Can't modify a map that was imported from Strava, Google, RideWithGPS, etc. Basically you will have to redraw it in Lezyne
-Can't even copy a map created with Lezyne to enhance into a new map. Again, you will have to redraw from scratch
-Limited to 23 waypoints only. YOu won't be able to create a complex map (like a century map) with more than 23 waypoints.
-Lezyne is not looking to improve. Their sales/support basically told me to use some OTHER apps to do all this. They did not even offer which app I will need to use to be compatible with Lezyne SuperGPS head unit turn-by-turn function
-Very crude map display on the head unit. You will need a smartphone to broadly see where you are