For the MIL guys.
The G7 is setup to run MOA or BDC. If you print out a drop chart in mils for your rifles data you can use the G7 for mils. Input your muzzle velocity and bc into the unit. Then use the BDC feature. Laze the target and the G7 will dope the conditions and give you a "BDC Shoot to" yardage. Look at your drop chart and dial in mils to your "Shoot to" distance.
I have my drop chart in MIL's printed out and stuck to my stock. I am in 6,000ft elevation hunting. I see a buck, using the BDC setting on the G7 i laze the buck and it says 1,000yds, then a second later it gives me the compensated distance for MY specific ballistics (a huge feature over any other rangefinder) of 875yds. I look at my MIL drop chart and dial for 875yds.
Fast and easy. And i still get to leave the Kestrel
and PDA at home. Too many guys get hung up over forms of measurement which is all MIL, MOA, or BDC is, an arbitrary numerical value assigned to an angle of measurement.
The only downside i see for the MIL guys is having to keep a drop chart with you, but honestly most of us do that anyway (tape it to the side of your stock). And it would still be faster than inputing your information manually into a PDA.
I am an MOA shooter by preference but if i owned a MIL setup i would not hesitate to rock the G7!