Well who knew this thread was here? Time for a bump. Never thought I'd own an explorist, but I find I now do. I had to use the search page, and download the "GPX GC" at the bottom of the page. I believe it identifies this as GPS Exchange Format (Groundspeak) .gpx on a mouse over. However, I had to bypass the so-called "crummy Magellan program", as Rayman would say, and drop it into the "Geocache" folder on my Magellan, which was considered the G drive on my computer when connected with the USB cable (easily found in "My Computer" on your PC).
Then I got all the downloaded caches, totally paperless, everything is there as if it was a Groundspeak listing, which the explorist is designed for paperless caching with.
EDIT: After having some time to really
play with it, the only very minor glitch is if I look at the logs for a OCUS listing, the find logs have a "will attend" icon from Geocaching.com. Pretty strange, eh? The DNF's and notes to OCUS caches have the correct icon. An interesing, but very minor bug.
EDIT #2: Also very minor, the cache pages, and long logs will have a couple   's thrown in. Seen this on the interweb for years, never knew what it meant. Apparently it stands for Non-breaking space. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Non-breaking_space