DESU the Real Traveler map is pretty useless.
Some countries, like the United States, China, and Russia, benefit from being broken down into political subdivisions -- clearly, visiting southern Florida would be an experience much unlike hiking Denali or surfing off the California coast. Anyone who's been to two cities along the East Coast can't claim to have "seen" America.
But with smaller nations, it's much easier to get an accurate look at the people, culture, and geography without exploring the place in its entirety. You take a country like Guatemala or Switzerland or Turkey or Nepal -- entities with tens of political subdivisions -- and the task becomes markedly easier.
If I say, "I've been to El Salvador," and traveled to the biggest three cities and a handful of beaches, do I need to specify that I missed a couple departments in the north? Is a map showing every tiny fucking district really needed?
Sorry, sort of drunk.