Bear in mind that more decimals doesn’t necessarily mean better solution. There’s a difference between precision and exactitude/accuracy.
I’m assuming OPUS gives you decimals down to where the solution is inside the theoretical accuracy uncertainty.
If your NTRIP caster provides corrections in NAD83(2011), you’ll get NAD83(2011) coordinates even in ReachView 2.
However, I agree with Gabriel: more decimal digits doesn’t mean better accuracy. ReachView 3 and ReachView 2 provide you with absolutely the same solution.
Whatever system you have the baseline is always the same.
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