Remember, it's all subjective and what you like I may not like. I want a bow I know is not going to have ANY durability issues, that is 7" brace for forgiveness, that is 35" -36" A to A, and that after sitting on stand for hours in below freezing temps I'm still able to put the pin on the vitals then draw back with minimal movement. To fit those criteria, most speed bows are eliminated. But at whitetail ranges you do not need to shoot 320+ speeds.
The whole bow of the year thing is pretty silly anyway. It's kinda like telling somebody who works construction that the car of the year is the Ford Fusion...it might be a nice car but it really isn't going to help the dude much when he needs to haul 40 sheets of plywood to the jobsite. Different bows work better for different people.
I have several local shops that carry Bowtech. One of the shop owners raves about the Destroyer and thinks it's great, the owner of another shop doesn't like it at all and thinks the draw is way too harsh. They both sell Bowtech, but they have much different opinions of the same bow.
Opinions are like hunting forums, everybody seems to have one nowadays. :darkbeer::shade:
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