If you get out there in time you can pick up antelope doe tags at Rocky Mountain Discount Sports. I will go to my old story of the Poison Spider Antelope hunt and a post a map of my shooting spot. It is possible to shoot for nearly a mile down the pipeline there. It is a nice place to shoot and public land. The wind is tricky because it comes around the far side of the ridge at high speed and you can not see it nor measure it. I missed three or four shoots before I figured it out. Take a cooler and a chair and just sit there all day until you get the conditions you wish and then take a shot. The game warden will come along and talk to you so make sure you are legal.
When I was at the Harrisburg outdoor show to buy a pair of of Swar. EL's there were 3 sheep outfitters that came over to Alex's booth to trade in their EL's on the Ultravids. Alex said what did I tell you on the phone! Even though the EL's could be had for less (a few years ago) and went there to specifically buy the EL's I left with the Leica Ultravids 10x42 and haven't regretted a thing.
If you want to see a good glass look thru the Pentax's SPD (I think). But like the other's have said the COLOR is what makes a big difference, go with Leica's a little brighter than the Swaro. IMHO. Spend once done for life.