Well, I have to say that I'm not super impressed with my Rinehart 18-1. I bought it for the express purpose of having a reliable target that would hold up to broadheads. I've had it less than two weeks and I've already blown through one side using Rage practice heads. As you can see from this image, it's holding up very well to field tips. Unfortunately, the practice heads are doing a number on it. I didn't realize it because it appeared that the shafts were being stopped pretty well. It wasn't until I went to hit another side that I realized I'd already blown some foam out the opposite side. The front has taken an absolute beating. I realize the target still has a lot of life and a lot of sides left, but I was really hoping for more longevity from such an expensive target. This isn't what I was looking forward to. I still think it's a good target, but this has knocked it down from the "great" category. Fortunately, these practice heads really do seem to fly like the field tips so I'll switch back, but it's nice to be able to shoot what you're going to shoot in the field (as I did with a few fixed broadheads) or at least very similar (like the practice broadheads). Just thought I'd share in case anyone might find it helpful.