The highlights were: Laser Force rangefinding binoculars. Very clear image, comfortable weatherproof exterior, good button placement. The real surprise was how responsive the rangefinder was. Pretty much instantaneous, with the option of 8 seconds of continuous readings. This is also the first Nikon product with electronics that qualifies for their no fault warranty. 10x42, $1,199 MSRP. Ranges to 1100 yards vs a hide, 1400 to a tree, and 1900 against reflective surfaces. You can't tell in the photos but it's black. Long Range Precision Scope. 6-24 power, $649. Optics were great, excellent eye relief - I couldn't find anything to complain about, though lighting variability was limited. Monarch HG Binocular: 8x42 ($979) and 10x42 ($999). Clean, crisp, clear. Maybe a bit pricy. Blackforce 1000: 1-4 power scope with Speedforce reticle. $399.95 I'm not sold on the reticle (which you can almost see below) but it's a solid AR optic at a good price.