Race the Castles: Stirling.
Straight into the castle for seven controls - fast, fun. Then sections through a hilly park and then a flat, post-industrial wasteland/surburban housing area "Forthside" before into the main city centre, out to a field with a series of ditches, then the big climb up to a graveyard beside the castle, and finally around the old town - the classically interesting, urban technical bit. So all in a good bit of variety and an interesting map to run around. Personally I prefer Edinburgh with its closes and intricate housing estates, but Stirling was certainly very pleasant too.
GPS says I ran 12.3km, an impressive 64% over the straight line. Strava says I only did 260m of climb which I can believe, in fact probably quite a bit less than that. Certainly not the 320m posted. Finished 9th of around 50. Route: http://www.strava.com/activities/206505853
Much better map printing than yesterday's. 1:4000 scale helped but no pixeling visible at all and features were clear and sharp. Same printer, but looking at the two maps side-by-side, the difference is huge.
Only problem was unnecessary white buffering beside the magenta course lines, meant that I thought there was a crossing point in a wall in one place, and there wasn't. White buffering is debatably useful for control circles but I don't think it's ever needed for course lines, especially if underlying black bleeds through the line anyway (which it did here) - the "overprint effect".