Just wondering how many guys keep an extra bow on hand? I have a Hoyt Powerhawk that I have been keeping as a backup and quite honestly its hung on my wall for the last 3 years since I replaced it with a Spyder 30. Always thought I better keep an extra bow on hand...just in case. So I went to the range tonight and thought what the heck I'll throw it in the truck and shoot it a few times. Shot 30 or so shots with the spyder then grabbed the ol Powerhawk. Talk about a step back. Still accurate with it, but didn't really enjoy shooting it. My immediate thought was I gotta get rid of this thing and maybe get enough to buy my daughter a new bow, get myself a new release, etc, etc, etc. I have a longer list of wants than $ to spend on them. But in the back of my mind there is that "what if its Nov 4 and something goes wrong?" *I should add that I have an extra string/cables for my Spyder. So it would have to be a limb issue that would put me out of commission.