How good is the visibility into ‘what’s coming up’ on unplanned/unrouted terrain? I’ve been going back and forth between the Roam and 530. 530 seems like the most feature-full overall, but I really like how Wahoo seems to handle 3rd party integration (from a user’s perspective, sounds like they don’t have a mature API for 3rd parties) and device configuration. I really like the climbing profile on wahoo when on a route, but it has no info, then you don’t see what’s coming, just where you’ve been. The resolution of the elevation profiles also seems to jump between ‘too zoomed in’ and ‘too zoomed out’ with longer routes.
But if the Garmin does a good job showing climbing profiles on ‘unrouted’ rides, that would prob be enough to push me over the top. Though, I think I read that the Roam was going to have that too at some point.
At risk of going completely off topic - how was the Truckee Dirt Fondo? I didn’t even know about it until we stopped in Truckee for burgers on the drive home from Lost & Found and saw signs posted. Wouldn’t have been able to do it this year after having my knee blow up at L&F, but interested in adding it next year if I can be smarter and avoid overuse injuries.