I have used yardage turrets for the past several years now. While I have turrets for the locations and typical conditions, I also have committed to memory click adjustments for relevant temperature and altitude variations in a given location which is1-2 clicks for each 1000 ft or 15 degree change depending on distance. This has worked well and is fast. This past season I used a G7 rangefinder
that compensates and gives a yardage correction for any turret program I enter. It works so perfectly and I so fast it almost feels like I'm cheating. For back up I always have my Geovids and traditional equipment and technique. Since my yardage turrets limit out at 1000 yards which is my limit on game, if I want to shoot targets or coyotes at longer ranges, I switch my turret to MOA, or will just use come-ups from the 1000 yard mark on my turret. I like the idea of the turret from G7 Nightforce from Gunwerks that has both yardage and MOA on the same turret. I just mounted one on a 338 I'm working on but haven't had a chance to set it up and use it yet.