whiskey 3, aics chassis, eliseo, mcree, manners, McMillan, Ashbury, alpine, eberlestock
, rock solid.
The less expensive would be the choate, hs stocks, and the b&c, but not by enough that it should keep you from the McMillan if it's what you want.
Then you can always look at wood, but again, for a fully adjustable stock $600+ is really where you'll be. I'd plan on bedding it if it isn't a chassis system, and maybe even skim bedding if it is a chassis.
A stock that fits makes life easier, I've got a scope that I've seen countless people post on it having an eyebox they can't stand, I absolutely do not have that issue. Stocks aren't built for any one, they're built for everyone, buying an adjustable stock changes that.