Depends on what you want to use it for. I have been very pleased with my Huskemaw which I chose because of the features that make it a great scope for back country hunting. The turret system for dialing elevation based on yardage works great, it has always been right on for me and much quicker for me than calculating moa. The windage marks seem to be good also. A huge plus for me is the compact size for a 20x scope. I cant pack a huge scope with the miles that I cover on foot or on a horse. The clarity of the glass is plenty good although many try to unfavorably compare it to other scopes whose strong point is haveing the best glass available. So it comes down to tradeoffs in best features. For me it was a choice between the husky and greybull and I chose the huskey to get the 20x over greybulls 14x. That said if your main game is paper, steel, or prairy dogs and your not needing to lug it all thru the backcountry chasing elk or mulies then your priorities make dictate something different.