I am currently trying to decide on what glass to mount on a newly acquired 700 xcr long range tactical. So far, I've narrowed it down to a Trijicon 5-20X50 mildot, a Leupold 6.5-20X50 Mark 4 LRT TMR, or a Nightforce NXS 3.5-15X50 with zero stop and high speed turrets with the MLR reticle. The rifle has a 20 moa us optics base on it. I don't necessarily want to go with the cheapest (Trijicon) but also don't want to buy something I will not use. I have heard a lot of bad things on Leupolds recently and it seems that nightforce is the way to go. I don't mind spending the money if its something I am going to use. The rifle will be used for Long range target shooting (mostly steel plates) and some long range hunting (hopefully, if it isn't too heavy to hike around with). What do you guys think? Here is what I've got so far.... Trijicons seem to have really good reviews, the only con I have identified is lack of elevation adj, but with a 20 moa base, this should be less of an issue. I can get a like new leupold from a local seller in great shape for $1100 for the model stated above, but would hate to buy something that has caused so many complaints (from what I've read) from long range shooters. I don't see any cons with the nightforce but the price.....is zero stop really needed? Any insight is much appreciated, thanks in advance.