This is a personal experience that I had this weekend and I understand this doesn't speak for everyone. I was visiting some family this weekend in Alabama who lived next door to a deer processer that I helped this weekend. Saturday morning I was sitting in a rocking chair at about 9 o'clock AM when 2 pick up trucks drove up and had deer. The first was a old Toyota Tacoma and the second was a brand new jacked up Chevrolet Silverado High Country. Both had killed a buck, the man in the Chevy had killed a very nice 10 (probably 120ish) and the young man in the Toyota had killed a spike. I began to talk to the man in the Chevy(will now be shortened as older man) he was telling me about all of the gear he'd used to kill this deer. He had all sorts of stuff and made sure we all knew, Mathews bows, grunt call, Under Armour camo, really expensive climbers. I gave him a number and asked him to watit a minute to get service. Then I went and talked to the young man who had killed a spike, no one wanted to look at his deer, he truly looked heartbroken and at the point of tears. He then told me he killed the deer with a single shot .308 in the ground, then he proceed to say that was his first deer. I then showed him how to field dress a deer then told him I had to get back to work and his deer would be fully processed by the end of the week and he drove off. I then went to field dress the older man's buck and he was cracking jokes on the young man's deer while it was in line.. If you want to get something out of my experience(I understand all aren't like this), it's please treat all deer the same, no matter if it's a spike buck or a 150, at least look at the deer and say congrats it's not all about antlers.