If you already use a GPS unit for playing or navigating urban areas, you know what a Point of Interest or a Waypoint is: it is the location on earth (or in the air or on the water) that is determined by the satellites. You 'mark' it with your GPS so that you can return there, look at it on a map or PC when you return home, or, in my case, come up with an interesting question that can only be answered by going to that spot. It is the basic premise of most of my activities. Can You Find It? there is a really neat website that lists POIs all over the country. If you want to travel somewhere and want to know if there are POIs already designated for you to visit, go to www.poi-factory.com and have a look. Register for free. What i found fascinating and maybe.....not quite what I would expect.....is a list of RED LIGHT CAMERAS! That's right. Use your GPS to determine where they are in the city you are visiting or living in, and avoid them or be sure to stop. I guess. I would think most of us would want to follow the stop light command and not run the red light.