Well I'm basically tooting my own horn cuz noone in the world would care about this except for maybe 1 or 2 ppl on here, but it made me smile this weekend.
Setup: I was in the stand primetime on saturday night. I had seven deer all within 35 yards. All does except for a little basket six that needs a few more years. Well, the largest of the does was traveling right on a trail, so I drew back. Instead of continuing on the trail like she should have, she took a few more steps sprinted a few steps and ended up about 35 yards away... ten yards further than when I drew back. Well, instead of shooting a doe at 35, I figured I could shoot another doe to my right at 10 yards, even though she was smaller. I mean heck, I had already drawn back, so why waste it. I let the arrow fly, and watched it bury itself in the ground. A miss high. How? No clue, but what I do know is that not a single deer near me heard a thing. Not a one moved, ran, spooked, or even payed any attention to me.
I sat down after the shot, dissapointed with my stellar performance, but impressed with the fact that my bow is whisper silent. Yeah, maybe even you guys don't care, but I had to tell someone.
Good luck all.