I shot one last week , very nice and well equipped ,didn't find anything negative about it , it was pricey 1700 , but ya get that almost ina new bow and accessories but I was looking for a no cam because of my shoulder issues , far as the ravin goes I'd say well worth the money
I am thinking i will set back and watch. After my buddy bought the "New and improved Mo Fo" once (it was a Bowtech) and it "blew up" on him... Causing 16 stiches and ruin a nice set of clothes and shoes.....Then the same happened to me with another brand....I tend to wait a year or so to see the reviews and reliability. The bow definitely catches your eye.
I remember when crossbow speeds hit 220/230 fps. People were amazed! Now there are bows shooting 370-440 fps???? At what point do they start "coming apart" after some use? I hope never but it has to make you wonder.
One of the guys that comes out to Illinois and hunts with us got a Raven earlier this year... So far hes had no problems and says it shoots great.. Like Rick said just seems a little TOO radical... So let them work out the bugs, which I'm sure there will be some... I'm ordering a Horton Storm RDX next week as I want to use it this year for bears here in Jersey... Things will be up close and personal at about 10 yds. so I want to take the movement factor of drawing a bow out of the picture.... I'll still deer hunt with my Martin Onza 3 as that's what I like...