So this has been something that I have been wondering about and I wanted to hear ya'lls input on this. For products like suppressors, scopes (mostly electronic), etc would it be wise to buy the "newest and best" or settle for the "average/better than average". It seems like these technologies are continually improving almost year after year and what is "newest and best" wont stay that way for long. So does it make more sense to save some money for the "average/better than average" and then in the future buy the "average/better than average" again or just continually buying the expensive "newest and best"? For clarification I'm not talking about buying a new suppressor, scope, etc EVERY year but more like 5...10...15+ years down the road. I know that expensive doesn't always mean best, but the better technologies tend to cost more money.