Hi Lynn, as I said earlier, I do love my Anchor Sight and can’t see myself shooting any other system that is currently available. I started out about 6 years ago, with the peep system that the retailer set me up with. I could tell right off that these old eyes didn’t like the peep when shooting in low light. I started looking for options. Tried the peep eliminator that has a V sight like the rear sight on a rifle. I was never able to shoot this system very accurately. Then I tried the Hind Sight. It was better, and I killed my first archery deer with it, but I still couldn’t get the kind of consistent accuracy I was looking for, and a lot of the target was obscured by the cross-hairs. I then found the Anchor Sight and decided to give it a try. It was pretty simple to set up, and just seemed like a much more natural feel with my anchor set where it felt the most natural and repeatable to me. I’ve been shooting it for 4 or 5 years now and I think it’s at least as accurate as a peep. I took a lot of flack from my hunting buddy’s and almost everyone at the pro shop and 3d range, telling me that if I really wanted to be a good archer I needed to put a peep sight on my bow. They don’t say that anymore. I’m not the greatest archer around, but in 5 seasons, I’ve killed 3 deer and 3 elk. Placed in about a dozen 3d tournaments with 5 firsts, including the Washington State, senior freestyle championship for WSAA this year. A few of the guys I shoot with hold various state records and I’ve beaten them all at one time or another. They no longer flip me crap about my Anchor Sight.