Ledd, I have an answer to your question about the MRAD/MOA number's not working out. An mrad will subtend 3.6 inches at a distance of 100 yards. Most riflescopes using mrad adjustments will use .1 mrad clicks which subtend .36 inches at 100 yards. That being said, the scope you are talking about does not exist at this point in time. That is why the numbers don't work, you are looking at a 4-16 MRAD and MOA scope and comparing them to the BLACK X1000 6-24x50 which you mistakenly thought was in MOA and thus the numbers didn't jibe. I've included the below table for you to look at that makes it much easier to pick the model and technical data.