I shot the 350 on Friday and the 340 arrived today. The 350 bottomed at 71.8 and the 340 71.7. Both are set at 29 inch draw. I shot a 370 grain arrow at 327 with the 350 and 319 with the 340. The 350 was very quiet and dead at the shot and I was expecting more of the same from the 340. However, the 340 had a slight kick with the bottom cam and a small resinating vibration after the shot like others have been commenting about on these bows. Nothing major but noticeably different than the 350. I checked the timing marks on the 340 and though both cables were between the timing dots, one was centered and the other was more towards one of the dots. Based on the differing comments from shooters and the 350 being deader than the 340 that I shot, which seems counter intuitive. I am going to time the cams perfectly on the 340 and see if it shoots more like the 350. I am pretty sure that this will be the case but will find out for sure soon. I was leaning towards the 340 based on the fact that I have a 30" draw but need it to shoot like the 350 that I shot. For others that have shot both how did they compare? Also, for those of you that own one, how are they tuning? I'm guessing it's going to take a number of twists to the cable to make much of a difference in timing.