Just received my Nightforce SHV F1. Solid, heavy scope. It literally feels like you could use it as a club without harming it. Haven’t done a tracking test yet but other first impressions are good. The most positive clicks of any scope I’ve ever had. NO movement between clicks. Nada, zero, zilch... The five Mils/Rev doesn’t bother me. I was worried about the MIL-R reticle not being visible enough, but at least in full daylight, it’s not an issue, even against a dark tree line. On 4x, the tick marks are visible, but not visible enough to make precise .1 mil holds. Holding to .5 mils would still be easy. On 14x, no issue. You can hold as fine as you want to. The parallax adjustment is nice, with parallax free and the sharpest possible image being coincident, which is not the case with many scopes. Just the right amount of resistance in the adjustment too. The illumination is NOT daylight visible. The LRHS and LRTS are better at this. Like the LRHS/LRTS, there is an off position between every setting, a good thing. I do wish the entire reticle was illuminated instead of just the center cross. Time will tell if it’s really the detriment I imagine it could be. I dig the capped windage. Though the windage adjustment feels different than the elevation, it is still very tactile, moreso than the windage on the LRHS. Mine only has 22 mils of elevation travel vs the 26.4 in the Nightforce specs. Enough for what I do but far less than a SS. Glass seems very good, better than my 10x SS. The whole package seems very LRHSish. I’ll get it on the tracking board with the scope tester either today or tomorrow. John.