Dont get me wrong there are some great actions to be taken from the backtension method: Pulling into the wall to stabilize bow, "hooking" finger over trigger, pre-loading the trigger before engaging back. I understand the "dymamic" concept but I think it's just not right for me..Why? IM NOT OK WITH THE DRIFT OF MY PIN. Backtension works great for me when its dead calm, shooting indoor targets etc... and my pin drift is very minimal. Then when the bow goes off it should be a good shot. However bowhunting out here in CO wind is a big factor more so with mule deer and goats. I just feel like I can be a more accurate shot using a controlled squeeze when the sight picture looks good. I still use all of the actions mentioned in the beginning but I conciously let the arrow go. Anybody else feel the same way?