Anything that moves and uses springs to operate it can meet its match in acceleration/deceleration. so I prefer externally adjustable scopes. the scope can be designed with full aperture access for light with no limitations caused by the adjustment paraphernalia. If the scope is to be in-place without need to be removed I prefer the Leupold adjust-O-mount or the Buehler adjustable mount. If the scope is to be removed I prefer the Bausch & Lomb plunger ring mount. Since most people are buying into the current marketing programs such scopes and mounts can be obtained quite reasonably priced. they meet all five of your points.