I'm not sure what guys are doing what work. I know FarmDeer is building arrows now and I hope he sells a million of them. The more pro crossbow initiative the better. I'm just saying that we already have crossbows shooting sub 1" groups at 100 yards. What better mouse trap do we need? Increased arrow speed and energy is easily manipulated with the components we currently have available. That's why none of this is breaking news. Industry engineers have been all over this stuff for years. If someone is concerned about increased crossbow speeds and energy effecting arrow "longevity and accuracy," and they're working on the arrow, they're focusing on the wrong part of the equation.Great points for sure Crossbow Todd..but the work these guys are doing will do will do one of two things. 1. It will verify that increased speed and energy doesn’t affect the longevity and accuracy of said arrows. Or 2. They will invent a better mousetrap (arrow) in which case it is a Win/Win right?