I am considering buying one of the new levels from flatline ops. As of now 1000-1200 would be a really far shot for me and my 338 Lapua. My question is how far does the average competent shooter have to shoot before he realizes the benefits of a level. There are several variables like how well the shooter himself does leveling crosshairs instinctively. I can shoot my 25-06 at 800 yards and hit an 8 inch gong pretty reliably I dont feel that a level would benefit me a lot in that application. But there comes a point when you shoot long range and you miss how do you know why you missed. was it the wind, was the rifle unlevel?? I have a feeling this is like reloading and you have to decide for yourself which practices you want to adapt. obviously the more variables you eliminate the better the outcome. All that being said I want some opinions from some guys that have experience with levels. do you always use your level? only on certain distances and beyond? Any info I can get would be great.