Now that Big Game season is over it's time to start tinkering and getting things squared away for next season. One thing I have been considering is switching to aluminum arrows for elk next season. Right now I'm shooting Beman ICS 340's and they're coming in at about 445 grains with 125 grain Slick Trick Magnums. I have never had a problem getting them to fly great but I think I would like to shoot something closer to 500 grains for better penetration and a quieter shot. What are your thoughts on making the switch??