To demonstrate the contempt Nokia have for this issue with the 800 there is an almost full page advert for the 820 in the Telegraph this morning stating - "THE WAY MAPS SHOLUD BE - you can use offline maps and navigate worldwide for free"
This is really rubbing it in. It cannot be difficult to apply this to the 800 but obviously Nokia have no concern for people who are stuck with this phone
So, its quite not possible to bring offline support to Nokia Maps, while this is possible for Driving and was even possible to the old Nokia 5800? Are you kidding us? Or you think you reply to children?
So, tell us then, why is possible in Windows Phone 8? To junk our 1.5 year phone and buy a 600 euro brand new one?
Put yourself together Nokia developers, most of us are not zombie-like Apple costumers here. We are buying Nokia Products since year 1996.