Hey All, Well, I spent literally every second of this weekend shooting, probably 12 hours of actual shooting, then a few hours of thinking about it and form practice...here are my results: 1) I started off using the wrist release like always. I start the pin about 1ft. above the target and then let gravity begin go bring it down near the target. I have it in line with the target so I don't have to worry about left and right at all...just height of the shot. When it falls into the bullseye...I basically punch the trigger and I get a bullseye (on a 5-spot..."X-ring") about 50% of the time. The other 50% I get it in the 5 point ring, but not the X ring. 2) After warming up doing that, I switched to using Bunnyman's Evolution + BT release. Here is what happened: I spent some time tuning it in so that it went off when I applied a fair amount of pressure, then I began shooting with it. I would pull back, anchor, release my thumb from the safety, and then I would drop the pin into the X-ring. I then would begin pull and pushing both directions in a slow building motion...and....SOMETIMES it would go off, othertimes I would have to apply 100LBS (it would feel like) to go off. When it did go off with a fair amount of pressure...I actually was pretty darn good. I would hit the DEAD CENTER of the X ring. BUT! 70% of the time, I would actually pull and push with ALL OF MY MIGHT...and the thing wouldn't go off. It was as if the poundage needed to have it release was changing each shot. Needless to say, I wasn't very happy. When it worked, it showed promise, but sometimes I couldn't even get it to go off until I pulled and pushed so hard, I didn't even care where it hit, I just wanted it to go off. So, I'm back to the drawing board...I'm not sold on the EVO + being the BT for me. I think a true back tension might be the right solution, because I can see promise in the concept of a BT when it worked and went off, but the poundage piece is too irratic, and I just don't think it works all the time. So, my question to you all is...if you are a target shooter...what type of BT is your favorite? Please tell me the name of the release, and why it is your favorite. I'm using this 100% for spots. Thanks in advance!