I'm shopping for a new bow for indoors only, and if i like it enough it will be my total target bow(indoor, 3D, and hopefully fita). Now, how I understand this 2 cams vs. 1 cams argument is like this... 2 cam bows are like stick shift. Excellent for precision driving(shooting) and when setup perfectly for someone who KNOWS how to drive(shoot) and is unpaarraleled in accuracy and forgiveness. 1 cam bows are like an automatic trans. Great for all drivers(shooters) to pick up and drive with less worry about perfect fit, setup and technique but when driven (shot) by anyone who knows how to setup and drive (shoot) it is just about as good. Would anyone agree that this is an accurate comparison? I would love (I think) to get a Martin Cougar 3 with Fury Cams and Elite limbs and that gorgeous platinum riser(ooohhhh) but am a little apprehensive about all the fussing with the 2 cams and there timing to get them to shoot. Am I right to be concerned about getting a 2 cam to tune? Any replies appreciated. Especially from Jim Despart. Shoot str8! rob.