I'm looking to buy a new rangefinder and I really want a Kestrel. I would like to eventually get a G7 BR2500 or a Sig Kilo 2400. Both have great reviews and from what I read they put out really good ballistic data. However, 1400-1600 is a lot of money. I could swing it but most likely would have to do without the Kestrel. My Bushnell truth ranges out to 800 on most reflective targets but not on deer. It's been very accurate in combination with the Applied ballistics all on my phone. So for the money am I better off to go ahead and get one of the two listed above or get the new Kestrel and spend less on something like the Vortex ranger 1800? It says it'll range deer out to 900. For my purposes that's a plenty and it's going for $430 on Midway and the Kestrel Elite 5700 with Applied ballistics is going for $710. Any advice you guys have is appreciated. I'm looking for what will give the best ballistic solution to make cold bore hunting shots.