I just recently returned from a 4 day prairie dog hunt in South Dakota. We had a great time and shot a lot of prairie dogs. ( sorry no pics of dead dogs). There were 4 of us shooting, we all had rotating tables, and all used some ballistics app and rangefinders. Here is my setup. 6BR shooting 88gr Berger High BC Varmint bullets from my Custom Metal Products rotating bench. The antenna has a piece of light yarn, it's my wind flag. I use a set of Lieca Geovids to range the dogs, and Applied Ballistics on my iPhone to get my windage and elevation clicks. I use a Kestrel 3500 to get the wind speed, temperature and the local barometric ( station) pressure. My buddy was shooting a Savage Long Range Hunter repeater in .204 Ruger. He also was using the new Kestrel Elite meter with Applied Ballistics and the rotating vane mount. This setup links to an iphone via Bluetooth, and updates the wind and elevations clicks continuously. Just input the yardage and the direction of the shot from a compass lying on the table and it gives a shooting solution. Earlier he had it on a tripod, but the wind blew it over, so he mounted it to the bench. One of the other guys was shooting a Savage model 10 in 204 Ruger. and the fourth guy has a Savage Long Range RBLP in 22-250 The hunting was pretty good, we take lots of breaks for water, lunch, snacks, and beer. We bring our folding chairs and when the dogs get to hiding , we relax and wait a while. Cant post more than 5 pics, so I will continue in the next post.