Some of my reviews are after a season of hunting with a bow, I show the bow up close, use the same tools to record speed, noise and triggers. I don't get paid to do it, the hunting industry doesn't see value in YouTube reviews like the auto industry does in build videos, auto industry has the brown truck delivering parts at your door before you hang up telling them about the build. For the amount of time in effort put into a review, I am obviously not doing it for $$$$... Just set up a camera and get some footage and edit, sure, standing in front of a phone and holding a product and talking about it took as long as you see, they don't edit and post! My reviews give a good look at the bow and real readings that can be compared to other bows I have reviewed, that's it! And those that don't like the reviews, nobody says you have to watch them!I am not in the crossbow review service. If it's too hard to do I can understand you not doing it. You may uncover deficiencies that manufacturers would not like and be hesitant to give you their bows to review. They are given to you gratis right? I am relating what REAL EFFECTIVE reviews should entail. Not just a review of specs that can be had on the manufacturers website. If I want to see a commercial, I'll look at your reviews. It has no value for people who are looking for the quality of a bow over time.
If you don't want to take my feedback, it's your business. It's my opinion.