The March FX 4.5-28 has best in class flare control, best/huge FoV, good DoF, a couple solid reticle choices, good to great turrets, outstanding image quality (same conversation as TT, ZCO, RG3 if not quite as good), is compact enough to be easily maneuvered... really, it's just an awesome scope. It achieves some of that by capping the exit pupil at 4.2 mm - that's a hit to low light performance that matters either very little or not at all for a flat range optic (over 10-12x). On balance, it's a contender for "best all-around dynamic competition optic" or something similar. It's a competent 5-25 design (with a little extra) in a 4-20 body. However, when folks are talking high end optics it tends to be conspicuously absent from the conversation. Maybe they're everywhere and I just don't see it...I am not understanding the last two lines. Thank you.