I've been searching everywhere for just about as much info as I can on both of these rangefinders because my boyfriend needs a new one that is capable of ranging up to 1200 yards reliably for when he goes to Idaho hunting elk and mule deer. The rangefinder he has now wasn't meant for this purpose, so he needs an upgrade. I am mostly an archery hunter, and I rarely need to mark my ranges, so I know nothing about rangefinders, especially the higher end ones. The boyfriend isn't much help either, being nearly as clueless as I am. I've narrowed it down to the Leica 2000-b or the Sig Kilo 2200MR (or LRH whichever), but now I'm stuck. I know Leica is known for having superior glass, and people with the 1600 of either B or R typically have theirs for many years without feeling the need to upgrade, but I can only find sparse information on the 2000-b and fewer reviews. Current lowest price I've found is $569 on sale for the holidays from EuroOptic plus a $100 gift card. There's more information on the Sig 2200MR, but it's 50-50. Some say they are a hit or miss device, but a lot of reviewers say they love theirs, and some that it outperforms their Leica 1600. It has a lightning fast readout, and it's good quality for the price which is currently $499 for the MR and $349 for Cabela's LRH(on sale). So I'm looking for advice. If you had the choice to receive either of these for Christmas, which one would you prefer?