Have a few Simmons, mostly their Pro-Hunter models (made when Meade owned Simmons) and they are mounted on mid recoiling centerfire rifles such as a 257 Roberts or 6.5 Swedes. Had them for 2 or 3 years now. Optics are not top notch, but decent enough for my range target shooting needs. No problems with holding zero and their adjustments are OK. Just shoot paper and spend a couple of mornings a week at range I'm a member, so the Simmons have seen a fair number of rounds downrange with them mounted.
As to the Whitetail Classic Simmons at Midway, not unusual for me to read a nice comment or read someone recommending it on other gun websites from gents happy with its performance for them.
Suggest you Google White tail classic review or Simmons White Tail Classic Review and see what you'll find.
Personally, I own a fair number of low priced ($80-$140ish) scopes that have done quite well for me and my target shooting......most are anywhere from 18X to 24X max power variables. Are they as good as my Weaver Grand Slam scopes that cost a heck of a lot more? My answer is no. But, they've done what I needed them to do, just not as well.