I am sorta curious about something. I was hoping to get some opinions from you guys on the above listed items. I watch their show nearly every week, but am sorta on the fence about their "system". I'm not necessarily in the market for any of their products, but would be interested maybe someday. I am not what you would call a longrange hunter, but a longrange shooter. I just recently set up one of my big boomers in case I want to try longrange hunting based on opinions from here, and things I have learned in the longrange benchrest shooting world. I don't doubt the quality of their rifles, nor do I think they are extrmemely overpriced. I guess my real question is on their optics and BDC turrets. Is it really that simple to just "dial-in" your yardage? I have kept records from all of my 600 and 1000 yd matches. I always shoot the same load, but have seen some pretty significant changes due to just a change in humidity......let alone temperature. I understand that you don't have to shoot a 1.5" group at 600 yds to kill a deer, but at the same time.......I have been off as much as 6-7 inches just because of a jump in humidity. I guess it's also possible that the higher BC of their bullets make them more resistant to these subtle changes. The BC of the bullet I shoot is around 0.532. I'm not trying to be a total doubter.....or step on anyone's toes or anything. I'm just hoping to get a better understanding of the gear these guys use. I'm from the school of logic that works up a super accurate load, shoot through a chrony, make a ballistic card, dial in the yardage via MOA turrets....then go try it out. Luckily, we get unlimited sighters (time limit only) before a match!! lol!!