Hi folks, I suspect, like many of you here, I read reviews for locations from all over the continent. Places I've visited, places I've never heard of or places I'd like to visit. Having read a great many of these, I have increasingly started noticing that some of the reviews make reference to GPS. These tend to fall in to two groups. One being, "our GPS took us straight there" and the other being, "don't trust your GPS." While I appreciate the intent is to be helpful, it really isn't. There are many variables to GPS. I may have a different brand to you. You may have recently updated your system and I haven't. I may set mine on the shortest route while you have yours set on the quickest or most economical route. Sweeping statements like do or don't trust your GPS have little value unless they are qualified with some information about the system you are using. Equally, generalized comments about the location of site utilities don't have much meaning unless you are quantifying that against the equipment you have. Simply stating that utilities were poorly located may be correct for your rig but by the same token, they may work perfectly for mine. Cellphone signal strength is another common complaint that people often submit in a review and appear to lay the blame on the CG owner. This isn't something in the control of the CG/Park owner. That issue belongs to the cell network provider. I'm sure there are lots of other 'generalized' comments but these are just some that I have noticed creeping in to reviews.