Two of the guys in my elk hunting party have the Nikon you list. They are satisfied and it does all 99.9% of what most hunters need. It is quick and quiet and I have never had an issue with LED display. It is a very good range finder. It will not keep up with the Leica 1600B. That little guy is very impressive. You pay for the added range for sure, but we got ranges close to 2000 yards earlier this month on our elk hunt in optimum lighting. The thing I liked the most about the Leica is the ability to range open grassy land. We were at a lookout looking slightly down on a large grass and dirt meadow that was just over 700 yards away. The Nikon would not range a spot in the middle of the opening. It would range trees on the far side at about 825 whereas the Leica would range any spot you picked anywhere in the meadow.
One guy has a new Swarovski EL Range 10x42 rangefinder binos. Very sweet. It did everything the Leica would do and maybe a bit more in a very clear and bright pair of binos. I am going to upgrade binos and rangefinder before next year and at this point after playing with the 3 rangefinders above I will most likely get the Leica and some Leupold 10x50 Mojave binos. In low light conditions in the field I felt the new Leupolds were very close to if not as good as the Swarovski EL Range and the Leica did as well on the rangefinding side. Having them both in one package is very nice, but I can get the Leupold and Leica for less than half the Swarovski. Unless I have some big windfall hit me I will pack a separate rangefinder. If I were to get rich before next season, then the Swarovski would be my choice for the convenience.