I am looking for a quality bipod for coyote hunting. I use mainly benchrest rifles with the wider beavertail forearms, and the bipods I have seen on the internet seem to feature products that open (such as Stoney Point Shooting Stix) up only to reveal a very narrow "Vee" at the top. This would work for narrower stocks, but not for my wider McMillan stock. Also, I would ideally like to be able to attach the bipod to the stock so I can pick up the rifle and stock simultaneously while hunting, then remove the bipod to make it easier to walk. I would like something light, easy to carry, easy to attach and detach from the stock, and with legs that aren't flimsy or that aren't easy to adjust. Also, the legs should stay put and not slip when telescoped into position. I plan to visit Cabela's next month in Arizona, but would like to cover my bases in case they don't offer anything that would work. And......are there any products that you would not advise? Seems to me that there was a thread on bipods somewhere either on Long Range Hunting or 6mmBR, but I can't find it.