Alright. I've just gotten into archery. I've got a nameless, used to pieces compound bow that I got into it with. It belonged to someone's child or something and somehow it came into my possession. But it is time for a big girl bow, an actual bow. I have a 25" draw length and can pull 40# really easily so will probably need 50# with time. What bow should I start saving my pennies for? One of the most complicated things is that everyone seems to have a different opinion. Some people have told me that anything that isn't Hoyt or Bowtech isn't a bow. I've shot the Hoyt Katera and I have to say the new cam system on it feels a little jerky to me. I'm a simple kind of girl and I want to hunt with it so I'm not sure I need every last fps of speed if it means the bow is a.) unpleasant to use for a draw length as short as mine, or b.) prone to malfunction or always needing to be tuned. Then again, I don't know much about it. I just want something reliable that's easy and fun to shoot. Price range... well, I was really hoping to get a bow for under 400. But I'll save for longer if need be. What do you think? I figure if everyone has a different opinion the best thing to do is get even more opinions!