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If you have any questions on the Micro Elite, please let me know. We've made a lot of changes for the better over the last year and a half......The final decision is obviously up to you...I'm just commenting to let you know if you have any questions on the Micro Elite, just ask!! Thanks!
 

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Both Rests are great quality and come from great companies. If you can get your hands on both and see all the variants in adjustment it makes the decision a lot easier. You'll be happy with either rest you decide to go with.
 

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I've added a bunch more adjustment to the Micro. There are now two main bolt adjustment spots in both the windage and elevation.... there are 4 micro-adjust pin options in the elevation, and 3 in the windage. There are also two different positions for the blade. You can get 11 different launcher blades including lizard tongues, 4 different backer blades. There is also a short Hoyt bracket available that fits cleaner on the Hoyt risers.

It can be operated from top or bottom limb. :)
 

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I like Hamskea a little better. These are the two best limb driven rests for sure though. One thing the Vapor Trail has over the Hamskea is color options to match your bow, I wish Hamskea would offer more color options.
 

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Anyone done a head to head between the 2 and noticed any difference in accuracy? Which one is easier to tune?
 

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The only thing more solid and simple than my micro elite would be a stone.
 

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Have had both. Found the hamskea to be more solid. Like the overdraw. Order the new hamskea which should be more comparable to the micro elite.


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I shoot the Hamskea but you can't go wrong with either.
 
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