The Garmin Fenix 2 Special Edition offers all of the features of the standard Fenix 2, with one key change. The screen is the negative of the standard edition, displaying dark information on a white field. We celebrated the release of the Special Edition because we find the light mode to be more user-friendly than the standard dark mode. The new screen color only adds to the Fenix 2's great balance of function and price. The general features of the Fenix 2 are applicable to any event that doesn't include four walls and a roof, with GPS (it's a Garmin, after all), a compass, and a Barometric Altimeter to map your environment. Twenty megabytes of memory and the capacity to store 1,000 waypoints, 10,000 tracklogs, and 50 routes means that this map can comprise almost unlimited environments. If you have more waypoints and route options than it can handle, then please e-mail us. We want to come live there, because you clearly live in an impossible, adventure-laden paradise. The Fenix 2 Special Edition also has an optional smart notification setting, which links the wrist unit to your phone so that you can receive messages even while the latter is stowed safely in a plastic bag. Note that this is optional, so you can keep indoor concerns where they belong and preserve the sanctity of your workout or outside experience. The Fenix 2 is also designed with an eye toward the features that we like as cyclists, runners, and swimmers, making it ideal for cross training or triathletes. The feature list is absurdly comprehensive, but there are several that bear special mention because we've found them to be indispensable. It tracks distance, pace, elevation, VO2 max, a slew of running dynamics in order to help identify issues of form, and -- when paired with Garmin's HRM-Run monitor -- heart rate. It also features a multi-sport switch that lets you toggle between disciplines, a goal-oriented workout editor, and interval training settings. Our favorite features are the Virtual P...