:frusty: Man oh man, I've NEVER had such a run of nerve testing hard luck. Living on a small island in the middle of the pacific with no archery shops, I'm forced to buy my bow (and everything else) online or through catalogs. So I ordered a Bowtech Allegiance from "company A". Actually a friend and I ordered the same bow together. So we had two Allegiances in Mossy Oak Obsession with speed cams, one with 28 draw module and one in 29. The bows come in. Both are in Realtree Hardwoods Green HD. Oops! One has smooth cams. Oops! Well, we complain but take the bone they throw us (6 carbon arrows of our choice each, rather than send the bows back 5000 miles and wait again. And they send the right module later. life goes on. Then we order two quivers from "company B", making sure to order Realtree Hardwoods Green HD to match the camo pattern chosen for us by company A. Company B sends us two quivers in Realtree Hardwoods HD... Whats missing ? The GREEN! Wrong again. Oooop! We return the quivers and order from another company... you guessed it... "Company C". When ordering online I checked the 3 day mail box, willing to pay the extra $7 for that service. BUT I gave them a P.O. Box instead of a physical address (which they did not specify). They email me telling me they mailed my goods special priority mail which cost me an extra $10 so that my package would arrive in 10 DAYS instead of 17 to 20! So let me get this straight... I ask for 3 day shipping for an extra $7 and they give me 10 day shipping for an extra $10. Instead of emailing me and asking for a physical address... This dispute is pending resolution. Well I moved on to... yes, you got it... "Company D". I ordered a rest and sight. They tell me that the items I ordered are not in stock and wont be until the end of the month. So now I wait. Atleast they didn't screw up... YET! Are mail order businesses hiring McDonald's rejects? At this rate my bow wont be ready for the 2008 fall season. I've ordered things before with no problems, but it seems increasingly that compitant service is becoming more and more rare. Had to vent. BTW, two of these companies are about the two biggest in the country!