OK so Microsoft Streets & Trips 2011 for me is a fail. Little in the way of UI / Feature improvements, just freshened maps. Too much wasted space on 1024x600 netbook screen, plus they abandoned Pocket Streets.
I'm looking at CoPilot. There is no trial, so I have to rely on you fine folks. I also have an HTC Touch Pro 2 (Win Mobile 6.1) which has built in GPS.
I want to plan trips on the netbook, with scheduled stops (stop here for 3 hours / arrive or depart this stop certain time / etc.), tweak the calculated route, add in fuel stops where the program suggests I'll need them (and the program should identify these stops as fuel stops and recalculate the next ones accordingly), dump in my own POI's (fuel stations I like for example) that I might select as stops, span trips over multiple days (identify a stop as overnight and the program starts the next day from there), and then dump the whole mess to the TP2 as my navigator, with my netbook as backup navigator (separate USB GPS RX I have), and be able to modify the trip on the NB along the way and push the update to the TP2.
Between the NB and TP2 both running their respective flavors of CoPilot, this should all be seamless. I realize I'll need to buy both, total $130, and that's fine. Assume all travel in US, perhaps a bit in Eastern CA (New Brunswick, Nova Scotia), crossing through from Maine. Assume vehicle is a car or large van like a Sprinter.
Is CoPilot the right solution?