AHate to disagree but when you spend that much money you expect quality. Serving string seperation and split limb after less than 100 shots. I understand things happen and Ravin has been great about it. I retired as GM for BMW dealership. Customers paid more for BMWs than a lot of other makers and expected quality and dependability for paying that extra money. I shot Mission Sub-1 for two years with no problems but still like Ravin R29X better. Just not liking these problems so early on when I paid a premium for a quality bow.
Can't disagree with a word you've said.
I can also tell you from lots of experience: A good set of premium strings turns a Ravin into a deadly accurate killing machine. Spine matched and indexed arrows are another great addition but nothing beats a great set of strings that won't stretch for repeatable accuracy.