The TOW itself is no longer worth the investment. Neither in development nor in procurement. Unless talking about using them in low intensity combat because it would be a waste to throw out the old ones.
Against modern tanks, the TOW just doesn't cut it. The Javelin needs to be upgraded to have a better range. Something along the lines of the Spike family, where the baseline version has a 5.5km range, and certain variants extend to 8-10km, and then 25-30km, because only the Javelin can reliably defeat the Afganit APS in development for the new families of AFVs of Russia. The TOW can't, and the hellfire is exclusive to the air arm for now.
I personally think that going with this turret would be a mistake. An ATGM can only be externally mounted, where it is vulnerable, and an APS can only be added as an applique, rather than an integrated solution.
If the US can make a domestic version of the turret made for the Namer and Eitan, then I think that would be the best solution for the long term upgrade of the Stryker and Bradley.
Just switch out the Spikes with Javelins, maybe replace the Trophy with Iron Fist if they like, remove the mortar, put their own sights, and that's it.
Edited by Mighty_Zuk, 26 February 2018 - 0937 AM.