I have a Rem Titanium in 7mm-08
As a lightweight hunting rifle it is great.
That said, it has given me a lot of grief to get to shoot right. More than a lot of other rifles.
I have finally got a load that shoots .5MOA but "unfortunately" with the 162gn A-Max. I wanted to shoot a 140gn TSX but it just won't shoot anything under 150gn.
It took a lot to learn how to shoot accurately with this rifle, I've had it for about 3 years now and probably put at 500 rounds through it before I had a handle on it.
I am thinking of getting it rebarreled so I can shoot the 140 grain ullets and also it seems to be a fairly "slow" barrel by standards if my chrono results are anything to go by.
I also want to do some mods to the stock and bedding - the forearm is way to flexible so I have thought about milling out a channel and inserting an alluminium arrow tube and bedding it in to stiffen the forend.
As a long range rifle, well, I haven't tried it past 350yards, but I can hold MOA out to that range, so I'd say it's a very nice backpacking/sheep hunting rifle, but not really a real long range rig.