My understanding was that WASS were set up for American use and because of their location to us up North here the triangulation isn't as accurate as the usual satelites we receive. If I misunderstood then I'm sure the experts here will chime in and re-straighten me.
Finding a cache, well there are so many variables to the readings, but it is no problem to finding caches. No one expects, though it's nice when it does, to zero out at every cache site every time. You learn to get to the area and use your eyes. lol
But yes, taking co-ords, excellent co-ords, with WASS has proved to be more challenging. Never have I worked my gpsr so hard for such unreliable results. lol
But then again. my gpsr has had a workout...dropped it on cement more times than I can recall, dropped it in puddles, streams. etc. And this last year, fresh batteries die in abut 4 hours. Something hinky going on.
A new gpsr is in order and I deserve one.
At least I know what the heck I'm buying this time.