Thanks. Appreciate the input from someone with your arsenal and experience.
I think I explained above the criteria and how the decision was arrived at. The differences in a .308 v. .30-06 is almost zero. Again, with only four chamberings, a lot of preferred options were going to be left out.
It was considered. I tried two prototypes with threads. Not a huge cost to add that feature, but a cost nonetheless that can be allocated to small things that have a higher demand and likely more value to a hunting rifle.
I guess as a reloader I would disagree on the 06 vs. .308 being equal. I have both and there is a difference.
I do agree there isn't much noticeable difference on the barrel lengths that have been chosen. I actually prefer them a little on the short side.