This is a follow up from last year. Have any of you changed your opinion in the last year? I would like for some of you GPS Gurus to explain to me how to do property line surveys in the woods under canopy with any degree of acceptable accuracy. 1. Is it accurate? 2. Are the readings repeatable? 3. How consistent is the data? 4. Can you replace property corners with any accuracy? 5. Is this a magic box? These are just a few of my concerns. We have a Trimble Pro XR that is over 10 years old that we use for wetland surveys and I have seen it get to within 1.0 feet with shots and they are repeatable if you use the correct methodology (shoot the same control points before each session and post process the readings just to name a couple). Of course that is only for horizontal accuracy. The elevations are too rough for topographic mapping. Happy New Year!!