I am considering on buying a new spotting scope. Any suggestions? I'd rather not spend +2 grand for a spotting scope, but if it can give me a crystal clear picture of a possible legal buck or bull at 1000 yards then its worth it, however I don't want to spend the money if it can't do that and to have the brand name on my scope. If a scope worth a lot less could do it then awesome, but you also get what you pay for. So moderately priced would be great. So would the Leupold Gold Series be worth looking at? or the cheaper swaro's(the one under 2k)? or any other brand like Bushnell, Nikon, and Vortex be worth looking at. I have the Sequoia right now, and its great but this year and past years its been hard to see legal tines at extended ranges, 750+ yards, I'd like to be able to see legality of this animals at least to 1000 yards, weight isn't an issue either, I don't mind packing. thanks!