Tesoro's are hard to beat for hunting at planted hunts. Any of the ÁMax models, or the Vaquaro and Cibola, are light weight and can be swung at breakneck speed when hunting coins from the surface to a couple of inches deep. If you're only going to use it for seeded hunts and intend to buy a new detector, the Cibola would be around half the price of the Outlaw and work as well or better. The Golden ÁMax, which is my favorite Tesoro, would work well and the tones would tell you what conductivity range a target falls in. It has a momentary toggle switch for pinpointing instead of a button like the Cibola, Vaquaro and Outlaw, but it's just as easy to pinpoint with.
The older Tesoro's, Bandido II ÁMax, Silver Sabre II and several others have a pinpoint feature, either a button or momentary switch, and will work as well as the new models for seeded hunts, and will be a lot cheaper than buying new. A guy here has started having planted hunts, but unlike planted hunts where coins are just hid in grass on the surface, or barely covered with dirt or sand, he plants objects that are in the iron through silver dollar range at depths to over 4 inches.