I still have two of them, I use to pro-shoot for them when they were in Syracuse, NY back in the early 90's.
They had a big problem with the Power cables letting loose, and you had to keep the power limb hinge lubed, because it would wear out the rod.
They are heavy but for smoothness you couldn't beat them. I use to shoot along side of Rick Cline in 92. He shot with his teeth and his right arm because he lost his left arm in an accident. It was the only bow he could really compete with because we had the let-off modified to about 90%.
I shot seven "299's" in a row on league at Hill Top Sports with an Aero Force in 1993.
Long story short, a well known hunting store owner forced the rest of us out and killed the company as far as I'm concerned
OH........and with the right type of thread, I can make my bow whisper quiet, without all those goofy fuzzy things hanging off from the string.