as above really , the only thing I would say is decide whether or not you want to use blur for range finding , if you don't you will narrow down your choices , personally I prefer clear depth of field rather than blur.
Too easy to be caught out by light conditions if your range finding by blur, plus you wont have much of a clue where your pellet lands at 40 yds plus if you've parallaxed at 25 as most people do
I would rather see how much wind the longer shots take and just use other range finding techniques
We have a few good shooters using the rhino , well cheap and good depth of field , quite clear , mildot ret , have a look , never gonna beat that one on price
FTP900 MTC connect,Welhamanium internals -sorted
HFT500, ACZ stock MTC connect
TX200 Mk3 CS1000 stock, hawke vantage sf , Nick G internals
Steyr ?, maybe , they cant all be wrong?