Regarding your PMs Phantomguy the thread is still very much active as you can see by the fact that you received 2 replies, 1 hr and 2 hrs after your first post.
Regarding your NA purchased 1300. It is almost certainly Hardware ID [HWID] 0972. There were very few 1300 produced with the MTK chip which is HWID 1104. The pack i've made for you using acleite's method will only flash a non-MTK chip HWID 0972 and will be ignored by any other hwid numbered unit. However, it will also backup both region 16 and importantly backup region 41 which could be used to recover from nonvol corruption in the future. Read about it here: [Only registered and activated users can see links. ].
If you're concerned and/or confused just do this:
1. Back up your internal files.
2. Ensure the unit's OFF.
3. Extract my pack onto a clean mircoSD.
4. Turn the unit on [you should see 'Loader'/'Software Loading' appear on the screen during the boot process]. Let it complete and then it should reboot normally.
6. If it doensn't flash [ie just boots normally without 'Loader' appearing], then use the universal file posted kindly by dasilvarsa which will flash either HWID but won't give you a backup of region 41. In that case i highly recommend that you do that separately, instructions are in the thread linked above.
5. The SLI and LA functions are drawn from the CN map. You will need to obtain the JCV file matching your CN version for Junction View to work. Each map version has it's own matching jcv file. Look in the current [Only registered and activated users can see links. ] for this file: D2563140A.JCV. If you want to keep using [Only registered and activated users can see links. ] look for D2563130A.JCV instead, or if you've got the [Only registered and activated users can see links. ] look for D2003140A.JCV or if space is tight, use the smaller D2867100A.JCV with less views. You can place the JCV file either on the unit in a folder named JCV in .System folder, or to save internal space it can go on a microSD card [x:/Garmin/JCV/*.jcv]. Never have older version jcv files or from another map type [i.e. sensis with HERE] together. Delete old files when updating the map even if you don't also take the new jcv file.
If you'd like to confirm your HWID before you start look in your unit's Inventory where you found it's Splash version [hold Battery symbol in top RH corner of main screen for ~5-6 seconds, then press Next>Start Test>More. In the very top 3 lines in the second field is your unit's HWID, you'll see B0972 or B1104. You can also find it in the unit's GarminDevice.xml file which is in it's Garmin folder. Look towards the start for <PartNumber>006-B0972-00</PartNumber> or <PartNumber>006-B1104-00</PartNumber>. I'm sure it'll be 0972.
Can't get more tailored help than that Mate.