Bigger target but some damn tough bones up front. The way the ribs start on the front of an animal aren't super arrow friendly depending on the frontal angle. A good broadhead will blow right through these on a deer, an elk it should but strange things happen. I feel more confident blowing through these bones on a deer. Not confident =Me not shooting simple as that.
I'm ok with it. I know where to shoot and as long as the stars are aligned i will take the shot (don't think i would do it beyond 25-30yds though). I also shoot a lot of KE and MO so i feel i have a little leeway if i hit bone.
My very first year of bowhunting I passed on a 5x5, frontal at just under 20. Should have shot--but didn't feel comfortable with it at the time. Now would be fine with it, at 20 or less. Everyone has their own comfort zone.