I've been shooting with an Evolution for a couple of weeks so I thought I'd post up my experiences, good and bad for the benefit (or not) of others. I shot with a Loesch for a year before buying the Evolution so I have something to compare against and some previous experience with pull through releases (also shot the HHA release for a while). From a function point of view both releases work equally well for me but the Loesch release is let down by it's prototype appearance and it can be tricky to set. Overall the Evolution is a much nicer and more refined piece of kit but the shape doesn't fit my hand very well. Also I seriously don't like 3 finger releases. It seems likely that this type of release will take over a large section of the conventional BT market and may become the dominant style. If this is the case then I believe Carter should consider alternative handle styles and sizes as they manufacture for the other release styles i.e triggers and hinge BT. For me the ideal shape is a 4 finger Solution 2.5 ( are you listening Forest). For those that have never shot a pull through ( particularly the TP sufferers) you are missing out on a step forward, all the flinching, punching, below gold freezing and TP just gradually evaporates. Another benefit I have found is that after a prolonged period of shooting with a pull through (6-12 months) I now find I can shoot any other type of release more easily and I seem to have much better control, the sight just sits over the spot and I can shoot how ever I wish, trigger squeeze, BT wrist rotation or BT arm and shoulder rotation, it all seams to work so much better and it's a lot more fun. I guess the result is the same as prolonged blank bale and short distance shooting but without the boredom.