I have a McRees that is way better than I thought it would be. Was convinced I wouldn't like it but really do. That said, a KRG Bravo will "force" me to build another 10/22.
Just my .02 ....Once released the Bravo will be very popular as it addresses all the problems of previous aftermarket stocks like the Titan's lack of adjustable LOP, having to drill the stock to get adjustable comb height (horrible design) and weak fore-end that flexes under pressure. The Bravo will have all the bells and whistles that most people look for in modern stocks and finally have proper grip angle. There is price difference for sure but I'm willing to bet it'll be a homerun in the 10/22 community. Magpul, Titan and others will have to make some changes to their current offerings to stay relevant in the market if trying to sell to the competitive shooter. While the Bravo costs more up front, by the time you adding parts to the others you close that gap considerably and still won't be able to match the build quality of the KRG offering.Titan, even better if you have a Kidd with Titan rear anchor.