No doubt it's a great advantage in trajectory and range. It's also something many can use and harvest big game at longer ranges with. I guess my point was that I found a quieter slow bow for average bow ranges to be better than a loud sizzling fast bow. At 60-80 yards, many times animals won't even hear the bowSpeed just helps with distance error and , the biggie for me, allows for a shorter " slot " to shoot through in the Ga deer woods.
Read my above theory if you want my worthless oppinion on deer and noise .