The G7 will give you your needed dial up in MOA after ranging target and using environmental readings (altitude,barometric pressure,temp,humidity) and also have already calculated for any angle up or down for the shot. MOA reading is based on your load data and specific bullet BC that you have downloaded into the G7 BR2
The Geovid does not account for any environmental factors that I am aware of.
I used the BR2 this season in Wy to take a mule deer at 841 yards, and the reading was spot on for my 7 Rogue and 180 Berger.
At some point, someone will be smart enough ( from a business stand point) to put the BR2 technology in a great pair of binos.
It is a PIA to have to carry LRF and a good pair of binos both.