A few weeks ago I bought a Yukon Photon. Excellent bit of kit for the price. I wanted to mount it on my Sako Quad .17hmr. I did this initially with some normal 30mm dovetail mounts, but soon found I couldn't get the eye relief right. The scope wouldn't go back far enough. A combination of the gubbins on the front part of the scope limiting that and it appears you need the eye nearer to it than on a day scope.
So I tried the Yukon SW-30 Photon XT mount that is specifically for this purpose. Except that it is of course for a weaver/picatinny rail, not the Sako's dovetail. So I had to use a rail adapter, making the whole plot just that bit more top heavy.
I also have had a bit of trouble zeroing the scope. That's nothing insurmountable, just can't get the elevation down enough, but I can just put a shim in the back mount to rectify that.
But before venturing any further, I thought I'd ask what anyone else has used and with what success.