I have spent years searching for a broad head that will consistently fly and impact the target in the manner that my field points do. After much trial and error I landed on the meat seekers from Trophy Ridge (Rocket Arrowheads). My initial fear was that, due to their design, these broad heads take some significant pressure to open. After testing them for myself I have found them to be the most accurate and reliable broad head I have ever shot. They impact the target at the same point as my field tips and have never failed to fully deploy. My biggest problem in the past was practicing with broad heads. I wanted to practice for at least a month, before the season, with the broad head I would be hunting with. This meant significant target damage with fully deployed broad heads. I found that a tightly wrapped and tied string of dental floss, replacing the rubber band, keeps the broad head closed and target damage to a minimum. I know they offer practice tips for other broad heads but nothing beats practicing with the real thing! I have killed and recovered close to a dozen whitetails with the meat seekers and will continue to due so in the future. I am looking for other opinions on this broad head and comparable models.