I have a Nikon and have been very happy with it. From everything I've seen, all the major brands seem to have good products these days, and they will accurately range objects of reasonable size out to the distances they are rated for. One of the deciding factors for me was size. I attach my finder to the same chest harness that my binos are on, as I will often glass an animal of interest and then range it if I need to. Since I've never been able to justify throwing down on a ranging bino, this works well for me. At the time, the Nikon was the smallest, lightest offering in my price range. It has been a good one.