Hi, I am new to these forums, so mods please move this to another section if this is not the appropriate place to post this. I do not shoot enough any more to justify having a battery of rifles around the house, so will have to be condensing to just one rifle. The upside is that since I will only have one rifle, I can justify spending a lot more on it than I normally would. I am planning on using this rifle to hunt all North American game animals. Primarily boar/pig, deer, sheep, elk, moose. However, I would like the flexibility to pick off coyotes and other animals if I have the opportunity. Essentially it needs to be light enough to tote around the mountains all day, but solid enough for long shots on elk and versatile enough with loads/bullet weights to hunt varmints to moose. I have a budget of $10k +/- $2k for both the rifle and the scope and I wanted to get your input on what setup you would put together (e.g., action, barrel, caliber, stock, scope, gunsmith, custom touches, etc.). I know most of you have a lot more trigger time than I do, so all input is welcome. Here's what I am currently thinking: Action: Borden Rimrock (would appreciate thoughts on this vs. Nesika vs. Stiller Predator and others) Trigger: Jewell set to 2.5 lbs. Barrel: 24" Lilja in .30-06, number 3 contour Stock: Gary Goudy (not sure on wood, so suggestions here would be great) with blind magazine Gunsmith: Not sure if Borden Rifles would put everything together for me. If not, who would you suggest? Custom Touches: Three-position safety Scope: Zeiss Victory Varipoint 2.5-10 X 42 Thanks for your help with this!