How many from the Bowtech crowd are going to jump ship to Elite if you don't see lambinated limbs in '07?
I am in lock-step with you here. If I put a new bow in the plan for next year I am going to shoot everything I can get my hands on before I buy. Mathews is supposed to have a little faster bow with 7 more dampeners this fall. I will try that one. Maybe Hoyt will replace the Zephyr cams with something a little better on their new parallel limb bows.I for one am still undecided. I like my Bowtech and the piece of mind that comes with owning a product from an established company. I have had zero issues with my bow, but even as great as it is I am conscious to the fact that it could be improved upon.
I am in no way brand loyal so when you figure in lambinated limbs, less weight, and less cost it is a tough decision.
Hoyt's ZR series glass limbs are bulletproof, so I'd say they'd be ok if they're ordered as good as Hoyt's.no.1 BigMan said:Split limbs sound good to me except for one concern.... are you asking for trouble with a glass split limb or will the split limb be as durable as a solid limb?