Bow hunting since 1975. Technologies? I don't care how they make it or what from, as long as it's durable, shootable, and tunable. Hitting the spot at the moment is what matters. Hitting somewhere else is not. I lean towards longer ATA bows, speed is not a deal breaker for me. I've never hunted in open areas, only woods, so shots are usually 20 yards or less. Short ATA bows don't do it for me, they seem too twitchy. I'm a 6 footer with a 75" wing span so others might feel different.
I currently hunt with a Mathews Rival Pro, a deflex older bow, and a Maitland Zeus, an up to date parrallel limb bow. Both are about 40" ATA. Both shoot great, but I find the single cam Mathews easier to tune than the cam.5 Maitland. I still can't see why cam.5 or binary cams are better. They offer less in adjustment . You can't tweek and tune like on a single or a twin. If I could come up with the $$ I'd try an OK Archery dual cam shoot-through. It's cams are an updated design of Martins, on a modern, more parallel limb bow. 4 cables, 1 string. sounds intimidating, but very adjustable and predictable. Keep it simple, aim small, hit the spot, meat in the freezer. That's what bowhunting is supposed to be, not winging arrows at every deer you see and bragging to your buddies about how many you hit.