I'm buying a new bow. Reflex Highlander. Goes up to 65 pounds. 75% let off. Guess it is made by Hoyt. Costs $349. I've heard they aren't making them in 2007 anymore. I shoot with fingers. Hopefully the 36" axel will be good for that. I was thinking about a Bowtech Tomkat, but that has a shorter axel, maybe more prone to pinching fingers. Also more expensive. I'll go with new carbon arrows, and 90 grain tips, and shorter arrows that the new bow allows. I had been using 124 grain and aluminum longer arrows. My old bow shot at 200 fps, and this one should shoot 270 fps for me (factory spec is 300 fps). Hopefully that will translate into a really flat trajectory. Any comments/opinions?