I placed an order for a uBlock LEA-6H GPS from Hobby King some time ago only to find out it was back ordered. I got my email on a list to let me know when they came in. A few months went by and I went back to the website to find out that the GPS I was interested in was discontinued and that Hobby King did not think it important to let me know that a new version was out. In any case I place my order and then was told that the wait time would be up to 6 weeks.
But a few days ago, the device arrived from Hong Kong is a very lightly padded envelope. I was afraid it might have been damaged, but it looked in good shape. Today I plugged it in using its USB interface and got the device drivers installed. Brought up Putty to listen to the communications and could see NMEA strings flying by. And then I was shocked to see the device get a lock. This is the first GPS device ever to lock next to my computers and I have had tested high end devices. I am pretty impressed.
Next step will be to collect a bunch of data outside from my reference point and see how it looks.