Re: 8x or 10x binos?
You probably hunt as I do in Mississippi, a lot of food plots and fields where the activity tends to happen really late so low light performance is important. With that in mind forget the 8x32's, they're not going to last long enough at dusk. I have a pair of Swarovski 10x42 slc's that are my primary binos, and I have a pair of zen ray ed2 8x42's that are my truck binos. The Swarovski's are better and a bit brighter, but the zen rays are pretty good. I think for a good all around pair of binos you're on the right track with 10x42 or 8x42, but I might lean towards the 8x42 size in a good make. The 8x42's should have a slight edge in brightness. Meopta is pretty good, I've got one of their scopes. They're not in the league with Swarovski, zeiss, or Leica, but they're better than most and will give good service. Read some of the birdwatching forums, those guys really get into the nuts and bolts of binos, there's some good info there.
You won't really go wrong with either the 10 or 8x42's, but forget the 8x32's unless you're obsessed about weight.
I just noticed the 8x42's don't come in the HD version, the 10x42's do. That might be a game changer. Comparing normal 8x42's and 10x42's I'd probably pick the 8's, but HD glass in the 10's would have me leaning that way.