I think it will tough to find a good marriage of a quality LRF, waterproof +warranty service + decent customer support, with a top notch ballistics computer & software program. If someone does marry two quality units together, I'm afraid it will either be an overly "busy" device to operate, or sorely lacking the capability of a separate PC and ballistics software program.
Therefore I'll purchase a Leica 1600 if they range as far as the Swaro and plan on an independent, and separate, pocket computer with ballistics software. If the Leica provides reliable atmospheric pressures and temperatures, I may at least be able to leave the Kestrel behind.
I'll either hang on to the Swaro for back up, or sell it after proving satisfaction with the Leica in the field.
Probably a good plan. At least I know the Swaro always works and at a distance.