I'm looking for a little help on picking a new stock. I am having a 300 RUM built for med-long range hunting; Borden Timberline/26" Bartlein #3/Premier light tactical scope. I'd like to get a McMillan, but I'm stuck from there. I'm torn between the A3 sportier, McMillan Hunter, McMillan Tactical Hunter, and McMillan thumbhole. I've called McMillan (Kay was quite helpful), and she is sending out the thumbhole for me to try; none of the others were available to test. I've searched he forums until my eyes ache, but without setting up behind one, it's tough, especially considering the cost and wait. For hunting, what would you recommend? I shoot prone whenever possible, but could be sitting, and was standing this year resting off a tree when a shot presented itself. Th A3 sportier looks nice to shoot prone (although there is a drop at heel), but may be awkward to carry, shoot other than prone, Hunter looks great to carry, but concerned about shooting prone and narrow forend if shooting off pack. I can't find much info on the tactical Hunter stock (don't know if I has cheekpiece or palm swell). Any experience or help would be appreciated. Thanks.