For my 6.5 PRC Browning X-Bolt Pro rifle I've been looking to replace my pretty good SWFA 3-15 x 42 scope with something a bit better. At first I felt the MARCH 3 - 24 - 42 scope was just right for mountain hunting with its light weight and lighted reticle option. BUT, after seeing a SIG video on their Level-Plex level indicating reticle I think I have found the best scope for hunting my purposes without breaking the bank on an excellent ED glass MARCH scope. The SIG WHISKEY 5 3- 15 x 44 with the Level-Plex reticle at a tad over $1,000. looks like the best buy, especially when compared to the similar Bushnell LRTS 4.5 - 18 x 44. The SIG is lighter and shorter and likely has equivalent quality glass. I have a 5 year old Bushnell ERS 3.5 - 21 x 50 competition scope and it has great glass for non-ED glass. The SIG scope is 25 oz. v.s MARCH at 25.3 oz for illuminated, and 12.5 inches long v.s. MARCH at 12.3 inches so VERY close in physical specs. Both are 30 mm tubes. OK, so the MARCH is definitely better quality but mon Deu! the price is almost 2 1/2 times that of the SIG and no leveling reticle. SIG has a real selling point in that feature for my purposes, i.e. long range hunting. I'm used to using a bubble level on my competition rifle and know its importance so the leveling reticle on the SIG is perfect for me. Eric B.