[quote=603470]Ok so I know everyone is kind of quick to judge the new bows Mathew’s came out with based on specs but here is my review after I took a little time tonight to shoot them. The Creed xs for being a short bow actually very nice. It was set up with just a loop and a QAD HDX. When I drew the bow it had a bit of a stiff draw cycle but fell smoothly into the valley and nice and solid at the backwall. The bow held very steady and at 10 yards with no sight I was able to stack a dozen arrows within 3 inches. At the shot it had no jump, no vibration and one of the quietest bows I have ever shot. My conclusion was that it felt better to me than the creed but a little stiffer draw. Very smooth otherwise and I would not have a problem shooting this bow. Also the chronograph surprised us all. 28″ 72.5 lbs with a 400 grain arrow and the speed for all three arrows was 295 fps. that puts the IBO speed at 327fps. It shot 5 fps faster than his creed with at the same poundage and 30″ drawlenght.
The ChillR was what I expected. Insanely smooth draw and quiet vibe free shot. I did notice a little kick at the shot though. It was definitely the best drawing dual cam I have ever shot. The back wall was nice and solid and the bow held beautifully. It was set up with an Axion Pulse and a loop. Speeds with a 400 grain arrow 28″ draw and 72 lbs was 310 fps which puts the IBO at 344. After shooting both bows I may have to sell my mr6 for a new chillR.[/quote]
thanks for the review.