I bought one for the TenPoint last summer, and I like it a lot. Positive adjustments and pretty clear. I only sight in at 20 and 30 yards because I don't care to shoot farther at deer. The two dots for those ranges are dead on target every time. I shot from a sandbag setup on a table to verify. Also, it has held zero even after my crossbow slid off of my tire while it was standing up and the scope took the weight of the fall. Dented my scope cap but the zero stayed the same. You know you can also go on to Nikon's website and enter your arrow weight and velocity and it gives you the yardage value for each dot based on that. It was within a yard of what the website told me, so that's pretty good on Nikon's part.