I was reading an article in NAW about the Dan Coffman buck, a giant non-typical killed last year in Ohio that scored 287 5/8. From the two pics accompanying the article it looks like this fellow only had a euro mount done on this giant buck! They say this is the second highest scoring whitetail ever killed with a bow, wouldn't you think he'd have gotten a nice shoulder mount done on it? I'm sure it's not a money issue, because it was killed on a property he leases. So, what does a buck need to have/look like for you to get a mount done? Does it need lots of points, tall tines/brows, a dark rack, double throat patch, thickness, freaky points/stickers, ect? Or, does it just need to be bigger than your last buck? This last requirement is what I go by. I think it'll be interesting to hear what drives folks to the taxi.