Can one tell where their scope is set without breaking cheek/stock contact? Are there scopes that display their ‘click setting’ on the inside? Or do you have to count your clicks with all (most?) scopes? Does ‘0’ feel different from the other +/- clicks? Is there such a thing as a scope that can display yardage on the inside once you set the ballistic drop on it? It seems a design feature that could be worked into holographic/reflex scope (device?) most easily. Can you get mil-dot recitals that are correlated to specific ballistic drop characteristics? Actually now that I think about it; Film SLRs had screens that aided focusing by busting up the image until you where right on. If you can visually focus a lens, how much of a design jump would it be for that action to dial in the elevation on a scope after the drop ballistics had been preset on it? Or does everybody just use hold-over?