What do you all think of having a foot pod as opposed to GPS.
I have a 305 and know that the satellite signals are not always picked up. but it is reasonable accurate, except for intervals.
The foot pod in theory should be more accurate, but I wonder if it will be tricky to get the exact adjustment for one's gait/stride etc. Does one's stride alter with the pace one is running at, I wonder. Would it be a significant difference
The watch for the 50 appears to be much smaller, which is a very attractive thought. Garmin 305 is heavy and bulky on one's wrist.