So I picked up a Stone HTR Mathews NoCam the other day and was wondering what to do with my 2014 model Hoyt CS34. I like both of the bows, even though they are two totally different animals, but was wondering about keeping one as my main 3D bow and the other as a back up. Then it hit me, do I need to have two bows with complete set ups or can I get away with swapping out the sights and stabs. Is it really beneficial to have 2 bows or is it best to sell one and go all in on the one I keep and deck it out with really nice gear? This is going on my second year shooting 3D and I am looking for some good advice on what a lot of you other shooters are doing. Is a back up bow mainly for hunting or does one need a back up for 3D as well. I did notice while I was shooting in Cullman Al, last year that some guys had 2,3 and even 4 bows they were carrying to an event.