The angle compensation modes are best suited for longer range shots in steep terrain. If you are in the flatlands they they are of no use to you. If you take up bowhunting or go out west for a backcountry mountain elk excursion, you may benefit from the feature.
The Scout 1000
is a brand new model from Bushnell
, and it promises to be a good product. The RX-I
is the comparable unit from Leupold
, and it is also a great model. I'd suspect that you can't go wrong with either one.
If you were looking at the Scout 1000 ARC
, the comparable Leupold
is the RX-II