I have just picked up the Trijicon Accudial sight for a very reasonable price as far as I'm concerned, well at least I think it was reasonable now that I've had a little time to try it. I just got the sight and mounted it on my GTO. I ran my bow through the chronograph and found I'm shooting a 600 grain arrow at 297 FPS so I set the calibration setting to the #5 setting and then I mounted the sight adjustment bracket to the Accudial then I mounted the Accupin.
Then I went out and shot an arrow from twenty yards and hit perfectly in line with my target just needed to adjust my sight to the left as I was hitting to the left, I then fired another arrow and it was dead on at 20 yards so I stepped back to 30 yards and fired another arrow and low and behold another arrow put right where I was aiming figured it was too good to be true of just making one adjustment and being dead on so I went back another 10 yards and let another arrow go from 40 yards and it too was perfect. I have never mounted a sight before and only had to make one adjustment and have it hitting perfectly. I definitely need and want to put more time on this sight before I make any final decisions but for now I'm in love with this sight.
I've owned and own several different types and brands of sights and I have never seen any that are even close to as bright as this one is even when using a light. I love my HHA's and alwas thought they were bright that was until I saw this sight. Where I hunt I'm in the timber at the bottoms of the canyons and ravines wher little to almost no light and even my HHA's struggle to give me the illumination that I need especially here in Oregon because we are not allowed to use any battery operated devices not even a sight light or lighted nocks. One thing I need to try and get used to is pointing at my target rather than covering it up.
These sights are expensive but are very well built and the thinking and the design is flawless.