If optic companies are starting to finally offer 10 mils per rotation on their elevation turrets...why are they so far lagging behind in offering similar adjustment for the MOA shooters? I've seen the 25 MOA turrets on the Vortex Razor HD with the EBR-2B (MOA) but very few others offer more than 20 min per revolution, and that's on the high speed models. Anyone got opinions? MOA is a 1/4 based system, so I could understand a 25 MOA turret, the problem could be that it's not as easy to add 25 + 13 if you were cranked up on your 2nd rotation...but having a secondary set of numbers would fix this, as does the addition of zero stop. Is a 10 and 20 MOA turret so much easier than a 25 or 30 MOA turret? What say you?