We got a chance to try out the SRS and the battery ACOG at the media day.
It has a bigger "window" and a 1.75MOA dot. As far as I can tell, the dot is still not perfectly round for my skewed eyes but it is a bit better than the amipoint. Never a big fan of rubberized light intensity switch myself. I don't understand why the intensity switches are put on both sides. So I am supposed to do an overhand pinch of the sight to adjust intensity? Why can't they do a side dial or just an aimpoint dial? They also need to make a 1/3 cowitness mount. They also need to demo this sight with a magnifier but if you look at the foot print of the current mounting solution, they probably need a cantilever if the rifle doens't have a continous rail.
I like the big window - but some of the ergonmics are a bit weird and the lack of 1/3 co-witness mount needs to be fixed.
Battery Powered ACOG :
I think Trijicon is going ass-backwards sometimes. The ACOG should be the one that is "bi-powered" by fibre optics and a small battery such as DL1/3 or CR2032 as a backup to the fibre optic for the limited time of awkward light settings. So now we have a bulky ACOG with an AA that takes the selling point of ACOG away, namely compactness.
The demo day is also a bit of failure. They should put the RMR on the ACOG for people to try on. Otherwise, it is just an ACOG.