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9-24-2010 @ 2:20AM
I used QuestHelper for a while, but dumped it for TourGuide and never looked back. They aren't really very similar; TourGuide has in-game guides to follow (with TomTom coordinates) rather than simply marking spots on your map like the default UI and QuestHelper do. The plus of using guides is that they often are written to help you avoid things like killing mobs for one quest only to have to go back and kill the SAME mobs for the next step in a different quest. As Matt says, TourGuide, TomTom, and Lightheaded are an amazing trio. TomTom also works particularly well with the map addon Mapster. If you're a fan of Jame's guides, most of them have been written for TourGuide, although they're a bit out of date at this point, and I have no idea if he's going to write any for Cataclysm.
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