This is one of the last of the Michelin atlases to indicate the location of Michelin campsites on the maps themselves so if that's what you want, it's great. Our 2004 version had been worn ragged hence the purchase of what is an otherwise out-of-date atlas.
Using this means you know where you are, you want to stop somewhere overnight so you just look at the map for the next nearest campsite and then the Camping Guide for the details. Couldn't be easier.
Though you can still buy the Michelin Camping Guide [and I do] it's much harder coordinating the campsites in it with where you are at the time. For actually navigating a new Michelin Atlas does the trick.
If I had GPS of course.............
Oh, it's also A4 size whereas the 2004 was A3, so it's a bit more compact for storing with the Camping Guide.