It very much depends. I own it, but I know I was paying a price for the special item, not just for the superb optics (which wasn't ensure at the moment).I know it performs better than my Nagler 13T6 at the edge. Basically the edge is perfect for me. I find it very comfortable. Some are using an extender.
Pouring $1250 dollars for it it's a matter of preferences. If you have a Noblex, it's not reasonable to get also the Apollo, unless you really hate the rolling ball effect when panning, or you get along with an irrational decision of having both (or buying it instead another 2 or 3 for the same total amount!). Most of our gear is not based on rationality, rather on satisfaction and spending capacity.
For me, once the current and future general economic needs are very well covered for my standard of life (economic safety first and foremost!), the rest is gasoline to burn. I don't want to be buried with money. Yes, I fought many times the rational being, sometimes it won, others my satisfaction did.
There's a saying in Spanish (I guess in English too): Is not happier the one having the most, but the one wishing the least. Think that way: you only wish now 1 eyepiece...
Edited by sanbai, 29 October 2020 - 10:04 AM.