The 760 is still available, but it is not a current model.
They've replaced it with the 660, which apparently has a "drag and move" touch screen feature. This was what I wanted a year ago. I emailed Garmin and they said that no GPS had this, and then after I bought the 760, they came out with the 660 a few months later. Grrr.
Apparently you can program the 760 by using basecamp on your home computer and then transferring the route to the GPS, but basecamp is so complicated to learn that I've never done it. Others can speak to that.
We really like some of the features of the 760 such as showing a picture of the actual exits and what lane you should be in. Also showing what gas stations, restaurants, etc are coming up in the next town. What we don't like is the inability to change the route without putting in way points that physically take you off the GPS programmed route. Even when you do that, it tends to put you back on the original route (fastest or shortest) as soon as you reach your waypoint.
Oh, and the 660 is cheaper than the 760, although the screen size is smaller. We've found the large screen size of the 760 a bit too large, especially when the wife holds it while serving as navigator or to change settings or look at upcoming businesses or attractions. It is physically so large that it cannot be comfortably held in a small female hand (which is necessary because you need the other hand free to be able to touch the screen to make changes or seek info).
Here's the link for the 660 https://buy.garmin.com/en-US/US/on-t...rod524447.html