Since coming back to the sport I can say that I have done my research and most of it had to be here on Archery Talk. I seems odd that with all this talk about limb problems no one has brought out the root of the problem. Years ago many companies used unlaminated limbs but although they were cheaper to use, found that they just did not hold up and most changed to the much more expensive laminated limbs requiring extra equipment, time and effort. No one has explained to me why some companies like Bowtech insist on remaining with the cheap non laminated limbs. Everyone thinks their customer service is so good when they send you another pair of the same kind of limbs when the originals break. Thread after thread has told of this, yet nothing changes. Common sense would dictate that there has to be a reason why the major companies would elect to use the more expensive limb design. Certainly no one has posted a thread stating that the unlaminated limbs are as good as the laminated ones, that would be stupid to say the least. So here it is: Can anyone defend using Unlaminated Limbs on an upper end bow?