GPS sport watches have tended to be pricey, and oriented toward serious athletes who want lots of features. Garmin has gradually introduced lower-priced models and tried to broaden the appeal of running GPS. Running GPS watches are more convenient and accurate than watches that require pedometer-type stride-distance setup. Garmin's latest entry into the GPS watch fray is also its most compact and lowest-priced model, at $129. Aimed at the heart of the recreational running, and run/walk exercise market, the Forerunner 10 comes in three colors. Read on for my on-the-road review and star-rating of the Garmin Forerunner 10.