I generally avoid electronic gizmos when it comes to hunting. I do have one trail cam that I move around but it's more for entertainment than scouting. I am a diehard K.I.S.S. method follower and every bit of equipment gets highly scrutinized. If it needs a battery or has moving parts it starts out with a strike or two against it out of the package. I do not feel the need to use a range finder, mechanical broadheads, movable sight or mechanical arrow rest. The only tech that provides a big enough bonus to be worth it for me is the compound bow shot using a mechanical release. Even then I prefer a single cam for its simplicity over other cam systems. I like this thread. It' fun comparing philosophies.