What do you think about a bow company that produces a bow where the cams have to be leaned to the point that the string wants to derail? Do you like your bow to have a yoke leg that is so close to the cam that it occasionally rubs along the side of the cam? How about a bow that can't be tuned to stop a high nock tear in paper? Are you good with your cable guide destroying your cables? Are you good with bows that need special tools? Do you know why a company that has been making bows for years would produce a bow with problems? Would you like to have a bow that just shoots where you are aiming and only needs the string replaced every couple of years? It would be nice to buy a new bow knowing that it is going to work perfectly, but this just does not seem to be the case. so let's hear your opinions.