I just got into archery recently. Picked up a martin orion for 275 bucks. It shoots well, draws is smooth, but it's slow and I honestly don't know if I'll ever reach the limit of the 70 pound limbs. I'm pulling about 60 right now and don't know if I really need to pull higher poundage. I know it's got more "hand shock" than modern bows, doesn't have parallel limbs, nor a rear stabalizer hole for the STS (though I can front mount the STS anyway). I also can't get the speed above 226fps (it's IBO rated at 300fps) My question is, am I actualy gaining anything by switching to a bow like the drenaline with 60 pound limbs? Will I honestly be able to shoot faster, more accurately, longer or reap any real world bennefits from a "better" more modern and more expensive bow? The orion isn't one of martins "pro" bows it's one of their lower end. But what advantage will I get if I switch or is it even worth switching?