Purchased my Bladerunner ISO-Force in 2006. It has been an excellent bow. Shoots great and I have taken several deer with it. No problems other than having to replace the string bumpers a couple of times due to the soft material that was used warping. The manufacturer promptly sent me replacements both times at no charge. The current set of string bumpers is a slightly harder material and appears to be holding up fine. I finally replaced the main bow string last season after five seasons of use. Easy to
replace, no bow press needed, just as the manufacturer claims. I didn't have a need to adjust the draw weight, as I have an average length draw and the standard modules work fine, so I can't comment on that complaint. I have never had a hint of a problem with the customer service with this company. Every time I've called they have been responsive. In fact I called this
morning and ordered both sets of the shorter internal cables. They are starting to get frayed so I am going to replace them (again, this bow has had six seasons of use with frequent practice). I've bow hunted since the mid-'70s, started with a recurve way back then, and owned four or five bows bows since then (I'm not one to replace my bow every two seasons to have the
latest thing on the market...I get used to one setup and then stick with it until it needs replacing). I have 51 bow kills to my credit with a few of them being pretty decent bucks. I'll keep using my Bladerunner until I have a valid reason to get replace it. I'll guarantee you it's not an "expensive wall hanging". Being located in the state (Georgia) where Bladerunners are manufactured I also have several hunting aquaintences that own Bladerunners and love them. My opinion is that "Bobin Hoods" complaints have no merit.