Shawn and Bob: I enjoyed the classes w/ the two of you. It was very well put together and I think all of us learned a lot. My goal was to improve my ability and range while hunting. I showed up w/ a 7, while everyone else had 338's. We stretched the range to about 1700. You could really see the advantage of the big dog when you ran into any wind. I could have been more prepared, I didn't have my ballistic program as dialed in as I could have. My weather station needs improved, my tripod is not good enough. Shawn knew this would be a problem so he had one on hand in case I showed up without a new one. We camped out, and started shooting at daybreak. The conditions were very good and we got a lot of shooting in. We sat around a nice campfire and watched send it volume 2. All of the guys were good shooters and we had a very good time. Some of the finer points that I think we all took home with us was, the importance of cheek weld. If we didn't have a good cheek weld you paid the price. Things had to be perfect once you got much past 1000 yards. Consistent hand loads were a must.