Review: Trijicon’s New RMR HD

Is this confirmation that Springfield is saying the Echelon meets Trijicon’s criteria for the lens of the RMR HD to be safely near the ejection port of the Echelon? It’s in the warning of the manual of the RMR HD.
Hello all, here is today's article posted on TheArmoryLife.com. It is titled “Review: Trijicon’s New RMR HD” and can be found at https://www.thearmorylife.com/trijicon-rmr-hd-review/.

$850 and it's not even a closed emitter, duuuude WTF?!?!?!! What's the logic behind a $850 RDS that competes against SIG and Holosun models that cost $350-$500?

There's a need to stop the "Made in USA" price gauging excuse! "Made in USA" is very much like "Free Range Chicken", and it's always been: it only means "more than x% needs to be made in the US". Where are the electronics coming from, the glass, ...

I'm sure it's a fine RS and passes rugged/MIL-810/IP27 blah blah blah (I do this for a living BTW, ALL $300+ RDS would pass these tests), but is $850 really justified?
was a bit worried about how close the optic sits to the ejection port.
anyone else running this combo or have thoughts on that?