Just curious if there is an advantage using Mil-radian over Mil-dot for granularity of clicks/adjustments? Thanks in advance.

Either you are confused or you have confused me with your question... To put a check on the confusion, you know that the mil in mildot stands for milradian...right? it's an angular unit of measure, like minute of angle (moa). A mil is a mil whether it's represented by dots, ovals, or stadia lines.

Well the specific item I was curious about has to do with the 5.5-22 56mm Nightforce scope that has Mil-radian knobs as an option. I think the standard knobs are 1/4 mil clicks? The Mil-radian are .1 mil clicks, per their site. If I read it right I get finer adjustments with the Mil-radian knobs. Am I off track?

Yes, you're a little confused. 0.1 mil adjustments are more coarse than 1/4 MOA. .1 mil is approximately 1/3 MOA.

Ah! thanks for the insight I did not realize that. The option is not as advantage that I thought it did.

.1 mil clicks are 1/10th of 1 mil-radian which is equal to .34 inches. Just a different unit of measure than minutes of angle. These tenth mil adjustments help keep on track when using mil reticles.

If you are looking for fine adjustment I believe there are a lot of great scopes out. That that offer 1/8th mia adjustments.

I had read, from Shotshow 2010 that they were going to 1/8 moa clicks, but their current listing on their site for the 5.5-22 X56 is .250 moa. I would really like to see that as it gives finer dial in at longer distances. Yes I am looking at the NP-R1 reticule. Thanks again for helping me understand.