Here's something to ponder. Maybe I'm just a geek this way, but I really like having a reticle in the spotter. Of course I'm often hunting alone and while actually hunting we all want to make our first shot perfect....
But I know many here act more as teams with somebody spotting and some even shoot spotter shots while hunting. Even if not, when practicing on the range it's highly useful. Most "normal hunters" or BR shooters think of spotters only as something with which to judge horns or see holes in paper. But for those of us who like to bang things far away, we all know a good man behind a good spotter can increase our effectiveness greatly and get the second round on target really fast should the first go off course.
There are some new ones on the market now. Scott has the Krugers which look to be compact, tough and affordable. The USO is finally out which is available with both Mil and MOA reticles. It's the only MOA reticle spotter I know of. The old standby Leupold MKIV everybody knows about. I have the Meopta TGA-75 which I like very much. And stepping up even farther in size/glass and price there's Zeiss, which are available with Mildot eyepieces.
Just thought I'd throw that out there to ponder. Like I said, I'm a geek for these things. But I do find having the reticle handy for all sorts of things. In addition to spotting shots it's a good double check on range, you can actually measure horns, etc with it. Anyway, here's a view through the TGA-75 (camera can't capture its full FOV):