Thanks for all the insights. It does look like the LabRadar would be the best choice for ease in set-up. Still, I can't recall using my current (Chrony Beta) unit more than a dozen times over the same number of years of ownership. My bet is that whatever replaces it will likely get used to dial in an air rifle or two then go back on the shelf. ( At my age, all my handloads have long since been developed) I like good stuff but would honestly struggle to justify $700 for something I would use so infrequently. That said, now I wonder if I would be happy with a Caldwell or Competition Electronics after researching the Labradar. Much to think about. Thanks again for the input.