There is one more option that people can use when pressures are in the 60-65 psi range. I bought Toro Precision nozzles model with a pressure compensating disc in the nozzle. I used them because they were less expensive than retrofitting my Hunter Pro sprays. Here is some information. Maybe it will come in handy for someone else: https://www.google.com/url?sa=t&source=web&rct=j&url=https://media.toro.com/CatalogDocuments/Product%20Literature/psn_ss.pdf&ved=2ahUKEwj0g4b6_orZAhWorVQKHXQHBSsQFjABegQIBxAB&usg=AOvVaw0cZh3tnb2mJ11BrPnISlh5
I had these at my old house. Good spray and a ton of arc options. My issue was with them clogging with a buildup of hard water deposits in less than a couple years.
Unusual. Its your water quality. I installed them in one zone when they came out five years ago. No problems. They actually have a larger orifice than RB and Hunter nozzles.