After talking to another forum member & doing some research, I finally got my PLRF10 the other day all the way from Switzland.
IMHO Incredible is the best way to describe it.
It cost a lot of $ but I feel it was worth it.
I tryed it against my CRF1200 & Swaro when I got it, out the front at work, towards the sun onto a bulding.
The Swaro was maxed out @ 1064 yards which it hit 5 out of 8 times, the CRF managed the same distance 1 out of 10, the PLRF said Boss that is 1063 & that 1550 & 1830 & 2367 & 2570 & 2787, all the first time except the last one
I was just leaning against a post the same way with all three.
I had read that you could range a target & then move it a little & get a different reading & that has been my experience, the benefit of a small beam I guess.
I will keep my CRF for day to day hunting & sell my Swaro.
I got the PLRF so I can range steel, targets, etc because during the day when we are normally setting up it is hard to get readings beyond 7-800 with normal rangefinders & using a GPS sucks especially if it is a rock you are shooting at & don't fancy a BIG walk