Thanks to the awesome people at Ross, my Lefty Cardiac was pushed up on the list due to my deployment to Iraq in Sept. I got it last week so I now have time to play with it before I head to the desert. I won't go into a full review of this bow, as it has been out for some time most people have shot one already or at least seen it. It was Christmas in August in this G.I.s 'hood.....coming home and running up the stairs to get it outta the box and onto my bow vise it went....... First the stabilizer/ wrist-sling, then the Hostage rest, Cobra Boomslang sight, and Ridgehunter Quiver...... Got her all set and went to the garage to play- 73 pounds/ 28.5 inch draw and 361 grain arrows- 4 arrow shot group- 292,292, 291, 292...... I then backed the limbs off one complete turn to 69 pounds and shot my Second 4 arrow group sinking nice and tight into my "well used" bag target from 15 yards. All four arrows (361 grains) registered 285 FPS at 69 pounds. Not too bad considering it's with a loop and Ross leaches on the string and a lil off time. I since then have timed the cam and set it up with a Trophy Ridge Drop Zone rest and G5 meta peep. The bow is now sitting at 70.5 pounds and is shooting the 361 grain Goldtips at 294 FPS and the 387 grain Goldtips at 282 FPS. Smooth pull as expected from a Ross and a few FPS faster than the others, this bow is a great addition to the Ross line and I now see why it is there #1 selling bow.