I don't have enough rounds downrange yet to comment on how well it will hold up but I recently purchased two Monstrum 6-24x50, FFP scopes. These are heavy scopes, seemingly well made. When I compare the clarity with my Vortex Viper PST 6-24x50 I really can't see any difference in sharpness or light level, but that is with 70-year old eyes. They have a lighted reticle and the parallex adjustment is on the side as in a tactical scope. Originally I was going to mount them with a Burris PEPR mount; however, the distance between the rings is too short because the parallex and horizontal adjustment controls are offset. I ended up mounting them on very cheap QC mounts that I got from Amazon, I think they were $39. In any event I mounted the scopes on a 6.8 SPC and .338 Federal ARs. After a quick sight in I put around 30 rounds down each at 200 yards and both stayed in about 2" circles (on a cheap UTG bipod, no rear support). Next time to the range I am going to check zero, remove the mount and then remount to see if it will maintain zero (saw this done with this mount on a YouTube video and it worked). The reticle is etched, not wire, and the FFP takes a little getting used to, but I am getting to like it. These scopes list for $229 and I picked these up on Amazon for $219.