I went to Salt Lake City and shot at the Bowcast at the Bird event. We took a tram to almost 11,000 feet and shot twenty targets down to about 7800 feet of elevation. I live at 600 feet so I felt the 10,000 foot change There were five targets(approximately), maybe more. that were between 95-115 yards. Almost all of the other shots were long too and with fairly difficult footing. It was essential to use your bubble.
Anyway, the other reason I found to love our bows is this...it takes a little time, 10 seconds or more, to get your bow leveled and get the pin settled on the target. Many times it takes even longer because you really have to adjust for those angles. The deep valley and higher letoff made executing these shots much less stressful. Also having the drawstops made for a very consistent anchor.
This all paid dividends as only completely missed a couple of targets This shoot is very fun, very physically demanding and will teach you a ton about all of your equipment. We will definitely be there again next year.
Bow season is coming!