Hi guys, this is a nice site! First let tell you that I definately don't consider myself a "long range hunter," at least not the ranges you guys are talking about...more of a "regular hunter skilled at ranges slightly farther than the average hunter" when the opportunity presents itself. Anyway, I plan to do a lot more practice at extended ranges than I usually do (400-600yds, maybe farther if I find an accurate enough load, as opposed to the usual 100-300) simply to see what my (and my rifle's) limits are. With a flat shooting load, I've been pretty successful simply "holding over" out to 400 yds or so but it gets pretty tough to estimate x number of inches after that. I'm thinking about getting some Stoney Point target knobs, as it seems like adjusting the sights is going to be much more accurate at extended ranges. On to my questions: My scope is a Vari-X III 3.5-10x50mm. I had always assumed the clicks were 1/4 MOA but just now while perusing Leupold's site ( http://www.leupold.com/pivx3.html )it says they are 4 clicks = 1" at 100 yds. Are they just rounding off on the site? Second, how accurate are the clicks on the Vari-X III's? Has anybody found they adjust more or less than they are supposed to? Do they reliably return to zero after messing with them? Anything else I should know? Thanks guys.