I finally got to give the GPS and camera a test drive on Sunday. Although I had trouble getting a gps lock near my apartment by all the tall buildings, I was able to get a fix at a few locations in Central Park. I really like the "burst" mode on the W-80. It's great for action shots when you don't have time to frame each shot.
This is a sequence about 350 yards from the end of the NYC Marathon. The men's winner, Martin Lel, is flying by. A few of the photos literally look like he's flying - both feet are off the ground. These were all taken in a single pan with burst mode.
I took quite a few other random pictures, and this map view shows how the GPS software creates the map for you. Each push-pin represents a photo. Clicking on any push pin or thumbnail brings up that photo. You can nudge the pins if they aren't in exactly the right location.