I just found out that I'm getting a bow for Christmas, my first one actually. A friend of mine got married last weekend and was trying to sell it to me back in October to get money for the honeymoon. I didn't have the money at the time and when I went pay him for it last week he told me he had already sold it. Turns out he sold it to my father-in-law who's giving it to me as a Christmas present. It's a Mathews, not sure what model, and only a year or two old. It saw very little use as the draw wasn't right for him (he's a little guy.) Now that I have the bow, what's next? He included several nice arrows and broadheads but my f-i-l says I'll need some cheaper ones for practice. What's a good, inexpensive arrow/tip combo for practicing? My wife got me a block style target and case as well. Anything else I'll need? I'm not sure if it already has sights although I assume so. As you can tell I'm a novice bowhunter although I've been wanting to get into it for several seasons now. Any advise from the bowhunter crowd?