Apologize for missing that you are into this already, that is a pretty basic bunch of stuff I suggested. We do a lot of big country hunting up here for mule deer and antelope. Have never hunted Coues but they are on my list. I would still suggest you consider the Pathfinders, Eagle stock pack and a ScopeCoat for your new rig. Pathfinders are little turret like devices that attach in front of your turrets on the main tube. Works like a tape measure only your drops are on the tape. Perfect location for drops and protected from weather. You can obtain from Leupold as their Ballistic Chart or direct from Allison Tool in Denver, they make them and call them the Pathfinder (http://www.allisontool.com/pathpr.html
). He will even put your pet load onto the tape. Less than 20 bucks direct.
Eagle stock packs are great for storing your wind meter, wind puffs and extra ammo. Very comfortable also. Available from www.triadtactical.com
for 35 bucks or so. Scope Coats are great for protecting the scope from rain and dirt, the tactical model has wings that overhang the action and will keep crap out. Also protection from rubs during transit and storage.
Last basic I would suggest is a stretchy sling from Spec Ops or www.texashuntco.com.
These slings are tactical grade, much stronger than Vero Vellinis or whatever.
The guys here are suggesting good stuff. Easy to misspend money, you are wise to ask for advice. I have a drawer full of junk that I thought might be good but did not work out.