To answer the OP question, Yes! (I do admit to some bias....
Len, thank you for your patronage and we're glad to have you on board!
A couple of things, the Atlas was designed for use with a rail as it is more secure and near impossible to pull out which is not the case with a sling stud.
It was also designed for the battlefield using the SCAR requirements as a guideline. The desire to offer a better, lighter bipod to those that serve was the motivation, they deserve the best we can do. The fact professional and civilian rifle enthusiast have found a value in its design and are willing to say as much is humbling.
Regarding other bipod offerings, we will be releasing some new novel products this year that are geared towards ELR.
Atlas was the first bipod to offer multiple independent leg positions, Pan and Cant and has several patents to include these. So to see yet another bipod (links above in another post) this one claiming to be the "finest" incorporating these features is flattering and suggests Atlas leads the way.