I've been considering a new chronograph. I have a ProChrono Digital. It's ok but depends too much on the right lighting conditions to get accurate info. I don't want one clamped to the barrel and one that can be used with pistols too. So far the only ones I know of are Labradar, Caldwell Ballistic Precision Chronograph G2 , and the Superchrono acoustic. The Labradar is the highest cost, bulky, easy to get blown over in the wind, and $600 for something with only a 1 year warranty. The Superchrono is hard to find, have to order it overseas and I'm waiting to see what the warranty is ($454 including a case and shipping from Norway), and the Caldwell which is also quite large but does have the light sensors in the top facing downwards and has it's own light source. It's also by far the least expensive at $179 from MidwayUSA, warranty?. I'm looking for something with ease of use, doesn't miss shots, and something that will hopefully last for a few years.