Among the umpteen bow sights I received in the mail this fall was Truglo's Archer's Choice Range Rover Bow Sight ($123; truglo.com). I got this one for use on a South Dakota hunt, and I've left it on my bow because I like it. Here's why: The range, ease, and precision of adjustability is excellent. You get a full 2 inches of fixed elevation adjustment on the scope, which allows you to take full advantage of the slider's already generous up and down range. The company says you can shoot from 20 to 100 yards with this single-pin slider, but if you really bottom out the scope and shoot a reasonably fast bow, you can get more. Also, the windage adjustment features very positive and precise clicks; it's one of the best I've used. Unlike many sliders, this one has a simple, straightforward quiver bracket that requires no spacers or other jury-rigging. I'd like to see a bigger adjustment knob on the slider arm, but otherwise this a well-designed, lightweight, solidly made sight at a fair price.