Another vote for Hoyt, although I think that removing the ProFit grip and shooting off the riser is the best way to go. It feels similar to the 2003 style grips, which were the best they ever offered, at least in my opinion.
I have owned Mathews, Merlin, Bowtech, and now Hoyt. I have to say of those, Hoyt has the best grip. I changed the Mathews. I changed the Bowtech, it was the most sensitive to hand placement. I sold the Merlin. It was before they put on the new grips, which meant it was basically sideplates, which were nice. I really like my Hoyt. I have an 06 UT, my buddy has an 05. The 06 is slimmer (more comfortable for me), but both are very comfortable and low torque type grips. It repeats very well, which is a must.
Well, I am sure you are going to get a verity of answers on this. I really believe, the answer is if you like it use it. There are just too many different hand position and sizes of hands to say on type fits all.
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