I noticed that Garmin has now disco'd their TOPO Canada series after not even updating it one time for registered users since it's original release in 2001 despite being quite expensive and riddled with issues when using it for actual navigation.
I also just noticed that Backroad Maps published their own licensed Garmin 32k TOPO maps in June 2016 and GPS Central has them for sale on DVDR and uSD.
I am currently running TOPO Canada on my vehicle mounted 60CS unit along with Metroguide Canada but unfortunately I lost my loading software and everything else with it when my old machine crashed and I can't re-install it with my hacked version of Mapsource. If I try to transfer or install anything now with vanilla I'll be screwed without CD keys and unlock codes and will be limited to one device recipient for each mapset unlock code I purchase, blah blah blah. That's a whole lot of dough wasted on outdated maps that have pissed me off on the road and in the bush so many times I can't even count so I'd rather just buy a new, better, up to date map set that I can use on or off road with less stress and WTF moments. Anyways, being a spendthrift by nature, I like to research my purchases a bit once they get in to the 3-4+ digit range and I thought I should ask here on the chance that someone has actually used this product on the newer Garmin units that support the higher resolution maps.
Right now I just load a bunch of orthophotos with a UTM grid on to the memory card and use the photo viewer to approximate my location on the image. It's a bit sad and it's a time consuming process that has to be planned and carried out in advance of any trip out because it quickly fills up with image data so you can't exactly just dump all of VI in there, now would you have any hope of actually using it with that many tile sets to sort through. :-P
Anyways, here's a link to it from GPS Central
Let me know if you have used the GPS Backroad Maps and what you thought of it...