Fellas, I need some unbiased advice. I'm about to purchase my first PCP. I'm a lifelong target shooter having owned and shot everything from Anschutz .22 to Sako tgt .308 and high-end Skeet and Trap guns including Kreighoffs. I'm retired now and am interested in trying my hand with a quality PCP to shoot Ft/HFT-like targets. Unfortunately, there's nowhere under a day's drive from where I live at 8700' in Colorado to try-out/sample different rifles. Been doing a lot of reading/research instead. I have a line on a new aluminum LG300 Dominator that has my fancy. But my concern is it's noise level. Obviously, I haven't been able to hear one fired and, per the advice offerred on rifle selection in another thread, don't want to trust the proprieter's answer alone. So guys, please give me your best advice. I live on four acres. The closest neighbor's home will be no closer than 100m to my nearest shooting position. The terrain is medium-wooded and I have a 20' high hill as a backstop. My concern is Walther's line drawings of the Dominator seem to show the barrel sits in a sleeve rather than a baffled shroud. Is that correct? If so, I'm concerned its report might be considered un-neighborly. Based on your experience, will the Walther generate enough noise to upset the neighbors? Of less concern, I'll have a 70' range in my basement. How bothersome would the report be to someone upstairs? My first fallback is a Daystate Mk4 where not only would I have a baffled and shrouded barrel but I could also reduce the energy for indoor shooting. I sincerely appreciate any insights you have.