I drew on a 1-in-a-lifetime Oryx hunt in NM this fall. It is pretty open country so I am considering what to do for a spotting scope. My main question is just what maximum power spotting scope is needed for long range hunting/spotting. Apparently the highest power if you can afford the quality. Well, I can't afford that quality, so the tradeoff is just how much power is actually needed. I have a good pair of 8-24 Nikon binnoculars, an old B&L 20X and an elcheapo 20x60x60 spotting scope that is a bear to focus at the 100 yd range target shooting. Most of the spotting will be done reasonably close to the vehicle so packing isn't the issue. This won't be a trophy hunt where it is critical to analyze the horns for exact length. So, from your experience, what power would you settle for? Thanks.