So I've been drooling over the new Hoyt carbon bows for a while, and since my current set up is over 8 years old, my wife told me to just get one already for my bday. I've narrowed it down to the element and the matrix which I will be testing in the near future (whenever work will allow). Once I decide which one fits best, I would like to go ahead and order the setup (arrows, rest, sights, etc.) My hunting type will require some very open country spot and stalk mule deer and would like to get an effective range out near or beyond 100 yards (or whatever my accuracy level can reach). But I also am hoping / half expecting to draw elk and moose tags over the next 5 years or so. I would like to have a setup that can be accurate out to long ranges yet still have the penetration and accuracy to pass through their vitals at the furthest ranges possible. Here's what I'm looking at: Hoyt Carbon Element or Matrix @ 27.5" draw length max draw weight of 80 lbs, I hope to have an arrow that can tune at close to this rather than having to get below 70 or down around the 60 mark. Arrows? should I go with a 28" 30", what are your thoughts for max penetration at long distances? I'm leaning towards the pile driver arrows at 13.1 gpi currently, i've also considered the fmjs. Is there anything else out there? Should I go heavier? If so, where should I look? What would you recommend and why? I assume helical fletching? 4"? Broadheads? I'm assuming a 125 grain.. should i go up to 150? or down to 100? Are there any recommendations for deep penetrating broadheads that would fly better than others at this setup? I shoot 100 grain rage 2 blade with my current setup but am afraid i will need a higher FOC for what i'm looking for in the future. Rest: I'm looking at the dropaways, I currently shoot a ripcord and see no reason to change, any other thoughts? Am I missing a better rest at a better price / weight? I plan on chasing animals many miles and packing in and would think the lighter the setup the better. Sight: I would like a lightweight, durable 7 fine pin sight.. i've looked at the spothogs, but is there a lighter, camo and durable option? I'm looking for the largest sight window I can find to stretch the distances, if nothing else for during range time. Sorry for the long winded question here.. I just thought I'd get it all out at once. I figure as long as I have the go ahead to pick out the bow & setup of my dreams, I might as well do it right. Thanks in advance for any help or recommendations!