This is the where I found the endurance hawke scope.
I've found out that it's best to have a good quality glass on the optic. It's more important than anything else by far as I understand. So looking at Bushnell Elite 3200 I've found a $230 scope with a similar magnification and a reticle that's good for low light, and what seems to be good optic. Any experience with this type?
I'm not able to tell exactly which scope you're looking at, within that link. I will tell you that I have owned several Bushnell Elite series scopes (used to be B&L Elite scopes) and I have been satisfied with each and every one of them. Among the ones I've owned and still own are the 3200 1.5-4.5x32 (with FF reticle), 3200 2-7x32 with standard duplex and FF reticle, 3200 3-9x40 with standard duplex and 4200 3-9x40 with standard duplex.
I like the FF (Firefly reticle) but it's fairly heavy for target daytime use (deosn't bother me, but may you) and the FF option is only useful at the very fringes of low light use. For that use, or when hogs could be hunted legally way after SS, it's great. The standard duplex is a good one and works well for 99% of typical usage. There happens to be a killer closeout deal on the 4200 3-9x40 at Cabelas ($200) now that makes it the best value around for any similar scope up to $300. or more, IMHO. It is at least the equal of a Leupold VXII (I own about 20 Leupolds too)
Again, nothing wrong with a 3200 with FF reticle, but it's truly only most useful under extreme low light conditions (read that at the very fringe of most legal hunting). Going with any Bushnell Elite series with Rainguard feature (all have this) will also make you eligible for their rebate offer of a rain suit, paying only S&H.