I recently put a set of Fuse ESs on my bow and I wanted to share my findings. First off the list price on these is the highest in the market, two stabs, extra weights, side adapter are the better part of 600.00. I have a 30" front with 9 oz, and a 12" side with 7 ounces. They come in a nice cloth case to protect them,
* there claim to fame is less wind drag. All the hype is actually true, the difference in a cross wind is extremely dramatic. Not only noticable but more than 1/2 the drift than with my stingers. Indoors of course no value here at all
* Stiffness- the dimples add stiffness, and I carry a modest amount of weight on the front, and the set up is dead solid. I started with a doinker made for it behind the weight and didnt like it, I could feel it move. Also when you set the bow end of the stab on the ground the doinker bends from the rubber. I experemented with the weights and added a lot to what comes with it.
I also added 4 oz to the back of the bow below the handle, I have always tried that and in this case it quieted the dot.
Once I got the weight dialed in I shot a personal best ( documented on here).
The best part of them, they look awesome.
I would recommend them for anyone shooting a long stab outdoors, and indoor if you want to spend that much for looks alone.
They don't come with longer screws if you add weight, they sell them for 5.00, same ones at Lowes for under a 1.00. They do have a quick disconnect for the side, but none for the front or an offset option. They take a little time setting up so they are at the right angle when you screw them in, but not very hard to do
I will post a pic later