Archery...again Well, after shooting off the good old recurves, I've decided that the bow i want to actually buy will be a composite. I've shot occasionally and I guess i'm a pretty good shot but I've never picked my material. Everytime, I do use the same bow but I never learned what makes a good bow. So for those of you who own bows or are experience archers, could you drop me some hints here? So I'm looking for a composite bow, one of those fiberglass or carbon or whatever they are made of ones with fancy stuff on them. I'd like to know what to look out for. I hear these bows are much easier to pull than recurves because of devices on them etc... is the weight adjustable? Also, some tips on arrows, the kinds and what they do good and stuff. Are there any brands that are known for archery? I've seen Easton bows but they make baseball bats as well so I don't see how fine their bows can get (I may be wrong, in fact I think I am). But are there any more specific companies that make bows? PS: No lame windforce or eaglehorn or any jokes of that type, they got old in last time's thread.