Follow up: I decided to purchase the Leica LRF 1200. I found two places with good prices that I linked to above. My first call was to HotBuys Binoculars
but the phone rang about 10 times with no answer so I called the second link. BIG MISTAKE! The second company is aaacamera.com and they were basically crooks in my view. They told me they had it in stock and it would ship out right away. After a month of waiting and several long distance phone calls that assured me it had been sent and we'll send another next day air I still didn't have the LRF so I cancelled the order. Then I called VISA and learned that aaacamera charged my card the day I placed the order so I had to contest the charge. Glad I at least used the VISA card.
I then placed the order with HotBuys and they had it in stock and shipped it out right away by FedEx ground. There was one caveat and that was there was an additional $15 charge for the case and lens caps. That combined with the shipping brought the total to $423.98. Upon inspecting the package the case came packed inside the manufacuturers box with the LRF and their were no lens caps. So I think the up charge wasn't exactly genuine. However I did receive the unit I wanted, in green, in four working days so all in all I'm happy with the purchase.
Having only used it a couple of times I can't say too much except that it works quickly and should be a handy device in the field for judging which shots I should or shouldn't take as well as gaugeing my bullet drop.