I know bows just keep getting better and better, faster and faster. I can't help but wonder how fast a bow really needs to be. My bow shoots just under 300 fps, with all of my goodies on it, and I can shoot deer looking at me without string jump, before they are hit. I have an old video put out by easton, and it shows arrows being shot in very slow motion, it is quite interesting to see the arrows looking like speghetti noodles coming off of the rest, even with proper tuning. I don't think I need a faster bow than I have. I shoot single pin and have very little drop from 20 to 30 yards, this is my max killing distance that I will try to take deer size game at. Any other thoughts on how fast is too fast. I am fairly knowledgeable on bows, but I would like to hear other opinions on the need for speed.