On the LWRC forum, another member's SPR inspired me. It's old-school touches, with new-era refinement made me think- "why not loose the 2 pound PRS stock, sell the AccuPoint, and create a pseudo-A4 DMR?" So, off I went- I sold the Trijicon 3-9x AccuPoint, and the Aimpoint T1 w/ Offset Mount, and ordered another ACOG TA31ECOS. I prefer the TA31ECOS because of its external adjusters, the ease of zeroing at 100m, and the BDC being good out to 600m, and the fact that the RMR and fixed BUIS on the optic make it guaranteed you'll have *SOME* way to shoot at something, should your ACOG go down (not that it would; personally seen one get blown up in Afghanistan, and besides a few dings, still be intact, and able to be zeroed). The TA31ECOS also has that sexy Dark Earth Brown finish that I adore so much. It closely matches the Patriot Brown cerakote of my SPR, which is just icing on the proverbial cake. I outfitted the rifle with a Vortex Flash Hider, as the A2 just doesn't do it for me, and I kinda like the ringing that the Vortex gives off after you fire a shot. I then ordered a Palmetto State Armory A2 stock kit. All my searching across the web netted me the PSA A2 Stock Kit. Built to Mil-Specs, made in the USA, and overall, not Chi-Com junk. Overall impressions of the stock are positive. It feels very solid, and after putting some CLP on the stock, it darkened considerably. Now that my SBR is pretty much done (minus a SureFire SR04 switch and MagPul MS3 Sling), and my M6-SPR is done, I've got nothing I wanna tinker with.....the M6A2 DEA is perfect the way it is.....maybe its time to start toying with my handguns? NOTE: My very first TA31ECOS-G had a darker finish, and more closely resembled Patriot Brown. The new TA31ECOS-G I just got is an EXACT match to MRE. I swapped the older TA31ECOS-G to my SPR, and it matches the Patriot Brown perfectly. The new TA31ECOS-G is now on my M6A2 DEA, and matches the Multi-Regional Earth anodizing perfectly. I got two LaRue LT-100s enroute now. I opted for the LT-100 for my SPR for two reasons- I wanted to keep the rear BUIS where it was, and I shoot NTCH, and the LOP didn't bother me one bit, so I went with the LT-100 for this particular application. Sorry for the crappy pics; by the time I got home from chasing my UPS package with my A2 stock in it, it was dark out. Will get better pics tomorrow. I am VERY pleased with how my SPR turned out. It'll be perfect once I get my LaRue LT-100 ACOG mounts. I MAY take the LaRue/Harris Bipod off in favor for a Grip Pod, but I'm not sure yet.