So school me on the advantages of FFP, 'cause I'm not seeing it. I can see if you are in a situation that requires you to adjust your magnification to a specific value, possibly to cover a specific fov it would be good, but other than that I don't see it being advantageous. With an SFP scope if I ever wish to use the reticle at reduced magnification (and this has never been necessary although I have done it) I can use it at 1/2, 1/4, etc. magnification and just do the simple math. This preserves the size of the reticle so I can still easily see the graduations and to me that's more useful than making it smaller and saving me from having to multiply/divide by 2. I see a lot of scopes for sale with FFP for a premium, even relatively low powered (i.e. 1-6x) ones where IMO FFP doesn't make much sense. Ever looked through a FFP scope at 2x? LOL Unfortunately I think it's become a marketing thing more than anything else, just something to charge more money for. What grinds my gears is that there are several mid range scopes that come in both versions but the FFP versions have much better reticles. I see no reason for this other than the manufacturers thinking SFP is not for serious users. I beg to differ!