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I learned some time ago that expressing a negative opinion about someone's favorite camo pattern invoked similar responses to bad-mouthing their mother so I won't. That said, you've gotten some very good advice on not just camo but concealment which is the real key. It looks like you're from Virginia so my favorite desert patterns aren't going to do you much good. Go for the ones where the overall hew of the color blends into the vegetation you are hunting. That said, it certainly isn't as purist as cbass's but I've been using a suit from Cabela's the last few years that incorportes strips of material rather than strings. It seems to gather fewer twigs and burs than the string suits and the material strips don't get caught in the bolt or charging handle of my rifle yet it adds a little more 3D depth than the leafy suit. (I know, now I'm getting closer to stepping on toes.) I primarily use it when shotgunning coyotes in tighter cover. I also believe that patterns with larger splotches of color are better overall than patterns that have finer garphic detail but similar color scheme throughout the article of clothing. The finer patterns tend to wash out at a distance looking like a solid color. Good luck with whatever you choose.