I'm looking to improve accuracy of a Rem. 700 SPS and am thinking I'll start with trigger adjust and a new stock. I'm looking at a Bell & Carlson Medalist stock and I have a couple questions: 1) Is the aluminum bedding block a "full length" block that extends into the forearm and back a bit into the tail? I've seen some indication that this is how they are, but their documentation doesn't say much about it. In contrast, the HS Precision stock literature seems to make a big deal about this featue of their stocks. 2) Is it necessary or ideal to add any additional bedding material with this stock? If so, how does one go about additional bedding on a stock that is made to mate metal to metal - is there any room for additional bedding material? From reading this seems like a good solid stock with good features for a reasonable price. Anyone with thoughts on the above questions and/or other general thoughts about this stock compared to other options would be greatly appreciated. Thanks in advance.