What are you looking to use it for indoor, 3d? I'm sure there will be many many answers but the "right one" is the one that you feels fits you best and shoots comfortably for you after trying out as many as possible. I don't think you can go wrong with any of the longer ATA bows from any of the manufacturers out there like Mathews, Hoyt or Bowtech. Let's face it most of the higher end "competition" bows will shoot way better than most people are capable of.
Any bow out there will do you fine. Things to look for are, how does it fit your hand, does it “feel” right to you. Look at the bow performance, not speed but nock travel. Don’t confuse straight line with straight and level. Look at let offs and how easy it is to convert from one let off to another. Look at adjustments in the bow, is it every ½” or every 1/4” just a few things to think about.It is more apparent these days that brace height far out ways axel-to-axel, high brace height for indoor shooting will do you well.
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