I went out and bought a pack on friday. Went home and shot one it did not fly like my field point did. i was a like shock until i ran my bow threw paper again and found it was out a tune. long story short that bow is now hanging up and i went to my 3-d bow. They fly the same as field tips. i'm shooting Hoyt Aplha Elite at 68.5# at 29.25 draw with a 416 gr arrow. I shot this doe at 10 yards from a ground blind. i found my arrow 10 yards behind stuck in the ground 10 in. I shot to far forward. It did go threw both shoulders and caught front of the lungs. She ran 70 yards a fell over. They head was still in great shape. The blood trail was a little different. was not a big spary but it looked like you poured it out of a can. It was 4 inches wide in a line. My review on the head is this penetration= great head durability= excellent blood trail = great overall the head worked great. I will like to see what will happen if a deer is hit back towards the guts. This is just what i think. i'm no expert but shot a few deer. I would recommend it as a broadhead. Here are some pics.