I definitely wouldn’t think Garmin would ever make a product that was devoid of GPS, but low and behold the FR60. Touting many wireless features, as well as ANT+ fitness device compatibility, you can beam your stats directly to you computer over your home’s network and use Garmin’s online training site, Garmin Connect, to perform analysis. Marketed towards a myriad of athletic styles, the FR60 will be priced around $129, and is substantially cheaper than it’s beefier GPS counterpart, the FR405, which is priced at $300. The FR60 comes with a heart rate monitor, and will offer bundles that will include Garmin foot pods (for tracking distance), etc. The FR60 should see streets around Q2 2009. I want one!