I'm currently working on a pet project with another ballistic-nut friend of mine. Don't take this as an ad because it's not -- at the moment I've got nothing to sell. Time for that will come later and I'll make sure it's all discussed with Len beforehand. I'm just informing you guys there's a LRH member working on a very accurate ballistic software that will run on a regular cell phone, instead of iPhone or PDA.
The results match real-world radar data ( for example, seen in QuickTarget Unlimited ) with sub-1/4 MOA accuracy up to 1K++ (*). Key features are typical for most ballistic software, nothing fancy but everything you'd expect from a professional ballistics application:
* Incline shooting
* Changes in temperature/station pressure
* Separate zero conditions, you can zero @ std ICAO and get correct adjustments for 90 *F @ 8000 ft without rezeroing
* Auto-adjusts your "current v0" versus "zero v0", if you know your gunpowder's temperature sensitivity
* Coriolis and spin drift
* Localization sets: Yards,inches,MOA / Yards,inches,mrad / Meters,cm,MOA / Meters,cm,mrad ...
We're in the process of trying to wrap it into a commercial product but as we're just two hobbyists, it takes time. We both have dayjobs to attend to...
But we're both serious and passionate about long-range shooting.
(*) For most supersonic projectiles and depending on quality of input data. So far we have aero data optimized to fit real-world trajectories for most Lapua Scenars and some SMKs. Even some rough approximations as to the shape of projectile will give reasonable results -- my first guess for .30cal 180 AB resulted in easy 800 yd hits on a 10" target, shot with a 23" barreled Sako 30-06.