What is wrong with them? All of them have one feature or aspect that you love and then they throw in 5 things that makes you not want to buy it. From $15 to $200, they all seem like trash to me. Either the displays are too small, the casing around it too large, or the interface too idiotic. Is there any cyclocomputer out there that can provide this: A small form-factor casing, a la the Cateye Mity 3 Display Temperature, Speed, Clock, Ride Time, Avg, Max, Odo, Trp, and those other basic functions. Have a backlight so you can see it at night. Wireless It does not have to be wireless, but at least give me the first few things. The closest ones to this are the Planet Bike Protege 9.0 and the Specialized SpeedZone Comp. The PB 9.0 then ruins it by not supplying a back light or being wireless, and outfitting it in this cliche translucent Apple iMac blue ****. Specialized gets it awards by shaping theirs like some sort of mall parking lot security guard badge, with awkward curves and bubbles, and making the screen large enough that you will need to squint to read anything. Hear my cries, Cateye, Ciclosport, one of you... get me a good cyclocomputer, no matter the price!