Just got back from the bow shop. I got to shoot the Halon 32 and the No-Cam HTX. I didn't care for the No-Cam much at all. Too short of an ATA for me and I didn't really like the draw cycle. I liked just about everything about the Halon 32. There was just one thing that bothered me. After the shot, the bow vibrated, almost like a tuning fork. I could feel the vibrations going from top to bottom. Very strange. I'm hoping it was just something weird with how the bow was setup, but it was certainly not dead in the hand like most reviews I have seen claiming. The No-Cam was dead in the hand, so I could tell a very stark difference between the two bows. Lets here some thoughs.