Spotting scopes are an essential part of your optical system for both field judging the game animal you've already located and looking into deep cover for bedded animals. Scopes come in two configurations, either with a straight or an angled eyepiece. Which is right for you is a personal choice. Hunters get used to a particular style and tend to stick with it. And like the PSE vs. Mathews or Chevy vs. Ford debate, they tend to defend their style passionately.
We prefer the straight eyepiece, as Chase describes in the video below.