If you are one of the few that travels a LOT to and from hunting places, take down models have there merits. On the down side its something else that loosens up or may cause accuracy problems in the long run. A allen key and a couple of bolts isn't the most bothersome thing to deal with.
When I got mine, I called Excalibur’s engineer asking if there were any parts that would allow me to eliminate the TD feature. After putzing around a bit and talking to the production manager, the answer is no. So if you have to have a 400 ft/sec Micro you’ll have to live with the extra weight and slightly more maintenance of a TD bow. Once the adjustments are made, the TD mechanism isn’t a problem at all.
Your other choice of a Micro Suppressor is a 355 ft/sec version which is ample power and speed to take anything that walks in North America. I’m actually thinking about getting the 355 Micro Suppressor for myself.
Thank you guys.. You all have confirmed my thoughts.. I mean for me, buying an Excalibur in the first place was for SIMPLICITY... Less to go wrong and longevity. Boo, I agree. I believe the 355 will do just fine.😉👍