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Why are you so eager to start with just a frame?I currently have a road bike, a touring bike and and an old stumpjumper. I got a got a good deal on a Rivendell hilsen frame.
The best for me is probably not the best for you. If you say no more, you will get a lot of "my favorite is..." If that is all you want, please browse this group, as we have discussed it many times.
For better replies, tell us about your budget, what secondary uses you might have (auto, hiking, motorcycle, boat), and whether you want the occasional position check or continuous turn-by-turn directions. Will you have access to a computer for reloading the GPSR from time to time? Are you comfortable with computerized gadgets, for example can you program a VCR and get it right on the first try nine out of ten times? Have you ever used GPS?
How often will you be traveling to distant locales? If it's a one-time deal, then a special purpose bike or an expensive box may not be a good value.