I currently have a stock Rem 700 SPS Stainless .300 win mag I purchased 2 years ago. Overall good gun but I want to get geared up for long range and need better accuracy. My initial direction is to get a new stock and have it properly bedded and barrel floated...in addition to trigger adjustment. My hope is that this would get enough accuracy for my long range hunting needs. The next step would be to get a new barrel. I would do this if the accuracy wasn't quite there after doing the above. On the other hand I wonder if I would be better off just selling the current rifle and putting the added dollars into a new Sendero SF II. I've heard that the Sendero is reliably sub-moa out of the box (is that true?). I have about $550 into my current rifle and that will go up to about $900 if I put an HS Precision stock on it. The Sendero looks like it goes about $1000 right now, so it seems I might end up with a better overall rifle for not a lot of extra money (depending on what I can sell my current rifle for). Any advice you all have for me on this would be greatly appreciated!