They are non-vented so they fly dead silent, cut on contact, one piece (no welds) so they are super tough, easy to sharpen. and most important.... they hit exactly where my field points do at any range I send one flying.
I cant wait to send one through an Elk in a month!
I don't think that there is a broadhead available that "fly's exactly like my field tips". I have shot allot of different heads over the past years and I can say that they all hit low. Some hit lower than others and even some hit low to the left or right. I will say that the standard slick trick had the least amount of change but at 40 yards you would still have to adjust your sight.
I shoot field tips right up until the last two weeks before the season then it's all broadheads from there.