I'm having some accurizing work done on my Rem 700 22-250. It has a sporter barrel and what some people call a "plastic milk jug" or "tupperware" stock. I'll be using it as a carry rifle and a "call'um up" coyote rifle with shots from 50 to 300 or 400 yards. If the accurizing work doesn't get me the accuracy (.5 to .625") I'm looking for, I'm considering putting on a custom barrel, #4 or #5, and a new stock. One gunsmith recommended either a Manners or McMillan stock. I've looked at a Manners MCS T and a MCS EH-2 as well as McMillan sporter Rem varmint and M40A1 HTG. A person at Stocky's stocks said any of these 4 would work just fine. I've done the searches on this forum and on other forums and both brands are highly regarded. The Manners stocks come with an aluminum chassis and IMHO the McMillan appearance is a little better. Other than personal preference, can you help me decide on a stock???