I went down to N Carolina for a little whitetail hunting. I brought along my new Swaro Laser rangefinder and my old Bushnell Yardage Pro 1000. The Swaro definately outperformed when ranging distant objects but was a horror to read in the sun. I tried raging in the soybean fields that were illuminated by the morning sun. The red display was all but impossible to see. Eye position was critical too. Cant the Swaro slightly one way or another and the display seemed to get brighter or duller. The Bushnell gave much faster readings and the display was darl black and easy to read. I found the Bushnell to be far better when working within its ranging capabilities. Anyone else experience this?