I'm going to resurrect a question I posed quite a while back. I have a Suunto Traverse and I like to mark "waypoints" when I find something interesting when I'm out exploring on foot. Is there any way to pull that waypoint off of the watch when I hook it up to my computer? I know I can put the tracks in gpx files. I know I can pull the routes off as gpx files as well. I want to be able to mark a way point and then transfer that waypoint to the computer. This is a very simple, basic function that every handheld GPS I've ever used has. Garmins do it, Magellans do it, DeLormes (when they were around) do it, etc. Why is this very very very basic functionality missing from the Suunto? I contacted Suunto, but that was over a year ago. They update their software on a geological time scale so I'm not holding my breath. Does anyone know how to accomplish this function?