I really don’t like the Harris digging into my shoulder on a slung rifle. It also has a lot of protrusions that catch on straps and trying to pull them out of a pocket. That makes it slower to deploy so it stays attached and I deal with the pain. I shoot pretty well off of mine, competition, hunting, anything that is needed. I’ve shot some 1000 yard f-open, PRS and prone. I find I don’t use my bipod in PRS if I can get away with a bag. My main one is 10+ years old and not much worse for the wear. I have a conversion that replaces the swivel plate of the Harris with a QD pic attachment. I like the one where the legs spring in but it is really difficult if not impossible to change the feet like the segmented one. You have to capture the spring on the inside of the leg and be sure to reconnect it. I don’t like that the legs spin, but you can kinda get around that by tightening the leg adjustment knobs. It’s not a fail safe and they can give way at the worst times. I try not to depend on them staying put. I shoot exclusively off a Harris but am fighting the urge to try atlas. I know what I don’t like but that may not be cured by an atlas. I think I would want the PSR so the legs don’t rotate and Need a QD for pic rail on top. I wish the price of admission wasn’t so high or I would have jumped already. Resale is pretty good, it looks like you can get one either used to try and sell it for the same price or buy new and not lose too much if it doesn’t cooperate.