I'm surprised the competition shooters aren't asking for a more bulletproof 2x or 3x erector, at least the NRL/PRS type folks. I always hear folks say they usually don't go below 10x or so, and don't often go above 20x, in almost any stage. So a 10-20x or an 8-24x with stunning glass might be attractive. I could see a NF ATACR or S&B PM III (no illumination tumor) or Kahles or ZCO being popular. I know it seems counter-intuitive to "go backwards" but 7x and 8x erector designs seem gimmicky to me. Stronger and more accurate erector assembly, possibly better optical performance, less variation in perceived FFP reticle size, possibly cheaper to make ... if that were the next Nightforce ATACR and the optical bell didn't rotate with magnification, I'd buy a handful.