Purchasing a compound bow is a huge thing. For me, it simply seems like more parts that may wear out. Strings and cables are holding up quite nicely with no serving separation which I am able to see.
If you enjoy a lengthier bow and are prepared to give up a tiny speed and stealth for a simple draw and excellent accuracy, the Prime Centergy Hybrid is well worth checking out. Whether the adjustment creates a perceivable difference in a bow with already minimal torque is a neutral question, but it is a very simple adjustment whatever the case. Additionally, you shouldn't concentrate on the speed alone.
There was a small wait, but it turned out to be a busy weekend and they're very thorough and answer each one of your questions, so it was worth it. There are things to think about before getting one. It is essentially a shooting platform, and Prime is all about providing a super stable shooting platform.
When you get the bow, you will become also three additional arrows. When you get the packaged bow, you'll have to assemble it. The T-series bows have features that are made into the plan.