My brother was looking at a new scope that was electronically paired to a range finder so that when looking at an elk, all he had to do was sight on it with his range finder, which would then transmit the data to his scope and the scope would automatically adjust the POI based on his caliber and load and the distance. He hunts in Idaho and thought it would be the greatest thing since sliced bread for long-range shots on elk and deer. Nope. He found out that Idaho F&G specifically prohibits the use of any scope with an electronic device incorporated into it for big game hunting. "With any electronic device attached to, or incorporated in, the firearm or scope; except scopes containing battery powered or tritium lighted reticles are allowed." https://idfg.idaho.gov/sites/default/files/seasons-rules-big-game-2021-laws.pdf Might want to make sure you aren't spending big bucks for a scope that may get you in trouble with the game warden in your state. I understand many states have similar laws.