I know this has been brought up for years now, and I've done my homework in trying to solve this, myself. The problem is that I have a Garmin 3600, which originally came with... or the installation CD came with... about 110 to 130 ".vpm" voice files, along with two voice system files. These files were deleted by a past owner, so they are not on my device or my computer. I do not have the installation/setup CD. If I did, I would be able to run setup, and re-install the language from there. I have checked eBay for months, and no disk alone has come up. I would have to buy a second unit... and may at some point... to get it. Garmin does not offer English as a download on their site. They have Finnish and Norwegian. Just for jollies I downloaded Norwegian, and it loaded and worked fine. I am in no mood to learn Norwegian, however, although it is a beautiful language. Garmin also offers a 5mb "update", which I downloaded and installed. I thought that maybe, since it was pretty large for the PDA, that it may also include voice files. It does not. I did find a .vpm file, called "English_American.vpm", on the web. I did not consider it unethical or illegal to download and try this file, as the voice files were not extra cost from Garmin (like some maps were/are). But no luck anyway... it is a single @ 1MB file, not the hundred plus files needed for this unit. It did nothing... as someone else, a few years ago, found out. Voice files for newer Garmin models, such as the Nuvi, do not work with this unit. Nor does the Garmin program for creating your own voices (too bad, sounds like fun). Nor do some of the "fun" voice files which can be found for sale on the web... such as "pigtones". So basically, until I can buy a disk on ebay, I'm fresh out of luck. Unless someone here knows a source for these files? It has been asked before, and I checked out dozens of answers over the years, and all links and sources are long since gone. Any ideas?