Ah, keep it old school, OP. Where's the soul in a digital map on a screen? Pretty soon we'll all be walking on the hills, heads down, staring at our precious little shiny talismans like a lot.of.chavs in a city centre.
I've still got my Gecko 201; it's waterproof, compact, runs for.ever on a pair of AAAs and gives me a 6-figure GR within minutes, at.most. Can't see myself ever using anything else.
Real fires also help to keep the midgies away at the expense of also keeping oxygen away
I've never understood how that works in practice. Surely it's the smoke that keeps the little bastards away and if you're sitting upwind to avoid being enveloped in smoke, surely the midges'll still get ya.
I spent a fair bit a few years ago not long after I got into backpacking, upgrading from basic, heavy kit to some lighter stuff. It increased my enjoyment immensely. Although I enjoy my home comforts in the boonies, you have to remember that you'll be carrying the suff for longer each day than you'll be sleeping in it.
When deciding what to upgrade, I compared the price to the weight saving to arrive at £/per 100g saved and this drove the priority.