You can see in the photos that I ended up shooting 287FPS with a 526 grain arrow, so the KE and momentum should be plenty
The biggest thing that stuck out about the bow was how easy it tuned; I pretty much eyeballed everything and got a bullet hole in my first two arrows, and for me, that's close to a miracle! I generally torque most bows, but the grip on the Eclipse is perfect for me (thin/narrow).
With the speed I was getting, the draw cycle was smoother than I anticipated (especially at 80 lbs) and I did not get the giant "drop off" you find with other models. The wall was also solid as a rock, but that's to be expected as the Eclipse has draw stop pegs and sponge at full draw is not possible.
So far, the bow shoots like a dream and holds just as good, but you always shoot a new bow better than an old one (no kidding on this). I went ahead an took some 80-100 yard shots with broadheads and field tips this morning and am still pleased.
I will post more as time goes on (heading to the range with Army Joe today), but I'm pretty excited about this bow so far!
That looks sweet, the only other bow I seen dipped in highlander (bowtech of some kind I believe) didn't look too great. Pattern looked like it was stretched. That dip job looks like it was made for that bow.