So a few weeks ago when my Carbon Express Supercoil went down with a busted limb, I had to send it in for factory service. i ended up spending three weeks without a bow. I practice daily with my xbow so I was having serious withdrawl. The owner at my LAS suggested that I get a backup bow, even going so far as stopping business on a busy Saturday morning and calling for a show of hands among everyone, how many had a a back-up, everyone but me, lol. Fast forward a few weeks and my Supercoil is back in service and shooting fine but I still have a worry that what would I do if something else happened to it during the season. So I hunkered down and went for Mission Hype DT. What a great bow but man there are so many variables that affect getting accurate hits, stance, shoulders, wrist position, grip...etc. I'm practicing with it daily and am a decent shot with it at 20yards but no where near ready to hunt it until I can tighten the groups,keep them reliably in the 8,9,10 rings out to 30 yards or so. All that said it will be challenge to harvest anything that can see, hunting from the ground, with all the movement you need to do to draw and shoot. I guess that I'll be inside of my ground blind or up in somebodies tree stand. Till then practice, practice practice.