Best of luck with that!
Your post made me curious, so I went on to the Burris site to see whether I'd missed something or not.
I bought a ballistic drop compensating scope once. Just once. It wasn't cheap - a Leupold Mk4 M3. For "energy on target" in an area where you've done all the ballistic matching, they can be fast and accurate. Well, as accurate as you can manipulate your ballistics to match their reticle.
But they're very limited in my opinion, too limited for my tastes.
If anything though, yours might work better - the reticle limits you to 600. The real large abberations due to scope height (distance between barrel and scope axes) only get worse with longer distances.