All I’ve ever done is shoot off bipods. I’m right now doing load development on a new barrel and I am stuck at .75 MOA at all distances. It’s super consistent, single digit ES and SD. I think that my skills are just not there to hold my gun perfectly consistent enough to realize any further accuracy potential. Occasionally, I will put them all through the same ragged hole at 100, or shoot better than 1/2 MOA at 300 YDS and I think on those days I am just in the zone and doing everything right- and the conditions are ideal. I want to try and take that my shortcomings out of the picture. I may end up getting into F Class at some point so a front rest makes sense. I was looking at the Grizzly/Bald Eagle line and I’m not sure which one to get, nor am I sure that the rear bag I normally use is going to work out great for me. I only have lighter weight rifles at the moment but I intend to get some dedicated BR type guns eventually. Is the Bald Eagle a good choice as a first front rest, and if not, is there anything else that you’d recommend? I know what front bag to get for the rest itself but not sure on what rear bag to get. I am also unsure of how important having the windage adjustment is, having never used a front rest. If your response is going to be about how amazing you are and that you shoot .25MOA all day long off a bipod I really don’t want to hear it, unless it’s constructive. I practice a lot and I feel like my technique is pretty good with room for improvement. I just want to see how much of it is me vs the equipment.