Hey everyone I am so excited I just had to put up a post. After searching high and low for a bow shop in my province that sells diamond/bowtech bows to no avail I decided to order a diamond outlaw online. I know it's a major no no to buy a bow before shooting it, but I researched tirelessly about this bow and am 99% sure that this is the one I want. Nothing else out there seems to be able to touch it for value, and being that it will be my first bow I am sure I will learn to deal with the very few issues that I have heard of. Now here's the kicker, I was shopping around online this weekend for this bow only to find that the only store with the 70lb rh model in stock was bass pro. Since I live in Canada I called bass pro to give me a total after shipping and duty. To do this they had to place a test order in there system to get the final total ($598). Happy with the price but not ready to order I told them to put the order on hold so I could think about it. Today after calling every archery store within 300kms I realized this was my only option and went to the bass pro site to see if it was still in stock. My heart sank when I saw that they were sold out. Realizing that I had told the cs rep to put my order on hold and not cancel it, I decided to take a shot in the dark that maybe by some act of god they had actually reserved one just for me even though I gave them no credit card number or reason to do so. I decided even before I called that if they were holding one just for me I owed it to them to make the purchase. When I called the rep told me that they did indeed have one set aside just for me, I couldn't believe it, they were actually refusing people's orders who had credit card in hand just because I said I wanted to think about it. I guess you really can get first class service from the big box stores. Sorry for the long winded post but I thought I should share that given people's usual distaste for bps.