I think if you clearly defined your priorities, members could tell you more. For example the european models have better glass in general and can range targets when hunting in low light. Beam divergence was mentioned and whether you hunt or target shoot in open areas or in brush makes a difference. The internal ballistic programs in most are too generic to be useful with the exception of the new G7 Br2
. Size matters. The Leica is pocketable but hard to hold steady compared to the Zeis which is held more like a binocular and is bigger. Is price a major consideration? Is reliability a concern? My pick for shooting would be the G7 if it does most of what it is supposed to do, but for moderate distances, I sold my Leica and got the Zeiss since the Br2 wasn't available. I kinda wish I bought the Swarovski as I think it would have greater range. The higher end domestic models are more competitive in terms of range, but if you take one in low light (when the big bucks are out) you tend to see a black picture when you can see the target with the euros. I guess there is no do all perfect one out yet. There are compromises with each.