At 1k it gets into very small adjustments. Will get the bags (I use graded sand for fill) perfectly settled and the rifle bubble leveled which takes a few minutes. Then and all of this is very abbreviated get the front rest stop adjusted and make sure the rifle slides on the front and rear bags and stays level with no binding. There is a lot to this... Every time I go into a lot of detail catch a lot of crap but yes it looks simple but if you like to bring home wood as we say it is the only way. I like the 2 separate tops so I do not screw up my bags and settings for the wide competition rifle just put the smaller narrow top on for a sporter. Some shooters are "bag squeezers" for fine adjustments I am not as a general rule but you do what you have to do when condition is right to get the shot off. These rifles at least mine have no safety and 1.5 oz triggers that you do not pull you touch with almost the tip of your finger.Not sure how much finer an adjustment anyone would need in such a rest plus, those jaws are very adjustable for multiple size rifles and a few of the pieces are not installed, while they were setting it up.