I don't have a Scrambler. My son does, but I don't. I do have a T100 and a GPS. This isn't a very good picture of the GPS, but you can see it on its handlebar RAM mount. The GPS is a Garmin 60CSx and I would not buy another one.
I have the 2012 City Navigator card in it and that card has woefully inadequate data bases. In Florida, Nevada, and California, it told us that the nearest gas was further than we could go without pushing. Fortunately, it was wrong. In West Virginia, in the heaviest rain storm of the summer, it said the nearest motel was way off yonder. Fortunately, again, there was a motel a quarter mile down the road.
Besides all that, if you want to go somewhere, it will take you way out of the way if it can find an Interstate to lead you to. A plus for a Scrambler rider, though, it did take us down fifteen miles of Montana gravel road that is maintained for oil rig trucks and paved in four inch deep gravel. Scrambler heaven for some, but forty-five minutes of bad road for us.
One good thing about it is that it runs on two AA batteries. They can be had just about everywhere they sell gas and they last about ten days on the road. It seems to be water, dust, and mud proof.
The RAM mount is very good.