Id go with the NF with a MIL reticule thats your best bet between the scopes mentioned if you go to NF website and look at their reticule page you can see if there is something that fits your needs better they have quite a few different ones.
Your also going to want to look into a quality Laser range finder some good rings for that scope and BC flip caps to protect your scope.
You can find lots of different reviews on LRFs and rings here.
I like the Zeiss PRF range finder id get the binocular version if I could but they are out of my price range for a LRF at a hefty $3k.
P.S I know what your talking about alot of locals around here seems to think a $99 dollar scope is good enough to its absolute B.S there is a huge difference between a $1400 Night Force and a $99 made in china Roungfu scope.
Once someone actually sees and uses a high end scope they never want to waste their money on crap again.
a high end optic be it a LRF scope Bino is to me is worth every penny and more.
I think most everyone here would agree with me on that.
Any way I wish you luck in your long range shooting and I hope you find it every bit as enjoyable as I do once you start to meet more people locally i think that you will find the long range community is a pretty helpful tight knit bunch.
Warning: Do not let your wife/ girlfriend know the cost associated with this sport always have invoices sent through email women tend not to be able to appreciate a fine gun.